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Quick Corn Saute

A simple, really simple side dish is what I turn to on those never ending hectic days.  A simple side dish that bursts with flavor, is it possible?  Yes. Yes. Yes.

A quick corn saute loaded with celery, carrots, garlic and cilantro provide not only flavor, but add brightness to your table. My kids are visual eaters, so I try to add flavor/color to every meal.

This side dish was a winner.  Quick, tasty and as my 6yr put it “so pretty!”  Enjoy! 

 

 

Quick Corn Saute

by Sweet Life

Vianney Rodriguez

serves 4

  • 12 oz frozen H-E-B corn, cooked as directed on back of package
  • 3 celery stalks chopped
  • 1/2 onion diced
  • 2 carrots diced
  • 2 garlic cloves minced
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • salt and pepper
  • 3 tbsp freshly squeezed lime juice
  • handful of cilantro
  1. Heat a skillet over medium heat, add the olive oil.
  2. When the oil is heated through add the onions, celery and garlic and cook until they become slightly soft translucent, not mushy.
  3. Add your corn, salt, pepper and heat through.  Remove from the heat add lime juice and sprinkle with cilantro. Serve.

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24 Responses to Quick Corn Saute

  1. I’m voting! Everytime I go into HEB, I’ll think of you now :-) Thank you for sharing with me tonight…it was a lovely and delicious way to end my day. Much love from Austin!

  2. I absolutely love this corn saute!!! Not only it looks pretty, but we LOVE corn!!!! This goes well with anything and I know kids will be super happy today’s veggies is this!

  3. Bet this would be fabulous with fresh summer corn, too — at least while we still have another month of it before the season ends. ;)

  4. absolutely gorgeous! I’ve made saute’d dishes like this, but never thought of doing it with frozen corn.

    Great recipe! i’ve loved being in this contest with you! Thrilled to have found your blog and deliciousness!!!

  5. lovely sweet corn recipe

  6. I’m addicted to sweet corn right now!

  7. Such a colorful looking bowl, looks so delicious.

  8. Your 6 year old got it right…that sure is pretty! (And looks delicious, too!) I love corn.

  9. Incredibly flavorful Bonnie and those colors makes my mouth water.

    chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

  10. Looks like the perfect delicious side dish. Kinda want some for breakfast! haha

  11. I love the crunchy look of this salad, looks so fresh and yumm!

  12. I love corn, and this corn sautee looks delicious specially with cilantro…so pretty!
    Hope you have a wonderful week ahead Bonnie :-)

  13. love corn, any way y0u cook it – think I could put a scoop of ice cream over it and it would be just fine… good luck – heading over there now…

  14. This is definitely one of my favorite side dishes…especially summer through early fall. I could eat that whole bowl :D

  15. This corn dish looks really bright and delicious.

  16. This is SUCH a great idea and would work with ANY of the meals I make. It was an honor to be in this challenge with you this time around!

  17. Love the vibrant colors and all the healthy veggies! You got my vote :)

  18. Such a vibrant and fresh dish…delicious!

  19. I love corn by sauteed with other veggies and I think the lime juice is a perfect addition to this dish. There are so many variations to this. Nice recipe.

  20. Simple and quick and looks so good! This is a wonderful side dish!

  21. I’d eat this as a main dish ;] Used to as a kid: big bowl of corn. Sweet and delicious.

  22. Quick, yet healthy and delicious!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  23. Delicious! Absolutely hands down delish and perfect for any meal, any meat, any day of the week! I love corn (have to since I grew up on it) and it is one of my favorite things to cook with in the summer! Great recipe

  24. Corn is so good right now and it barely needs anything else to make it taste good! Perfect saute.

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