There is nothing like fresh vegetables right out of the field to kick up any meal. They can also BE the meal. But this little dish is easy enough to make and can be side dish, a nacho topper, a salsa, or a salad.
It’s super easy to make and doesn’t take very long to prep. If it can sit in the refrigerator for a few hours before you serve it cold that would be best. But you could also heat it up to help meld the flavors and use it as a side dish with chicken or pork. It would be great on tacos too!
Whenever we make this dish we use the rule of three: For every ear of corn you will want to use 1 tomato, 1 jalapeno, and 1 clove of garlic. This will render this dish quite spicy and if that’s not your thing you can easily replace the jalapeno with a less spicy pepper like a banana pepper or a bell pepper.
Start by cutting the kernels off the ear and place them in a bowl. We just rough chop the rest of the ingredients and put them in the same bowl and then toss with salt and pepper to taste. That’s it. But when these ingredients are fresh you don’t need to do much with it to make it taste great.
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Super versatile dish that keeps in the fridge well. Corn, Roma tomatoes, jalapenos, and garlic mixed together with just salt and pepper. Works great as a nacho topper, heat it up for a side dish with chicken, or just eat it as a salad. We follow the rule of threes: for every one ear of corn, use one Roma tomato, one jalapeno, and one clove of garlic. If you're not a fan of spicy, cut back on the jalapenos or use a less spicy pepper! . . #corn #roma #tomato #jalapeno #garlic #salsa #recipe #farmtotable #local #farm #eatlocal