Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing #NationalBBQWeek

Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing
In my opinion you must have Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper. Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing, on your next BBQ menu because a Barbie isn't a barbie without sweetcorn. Lightly chargrilled corn on the cob makes the perfect side dish for your BBQ Spread. Instead of having plainly roasted sweetcorn you can jazz up your corn on the cob with this Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper Salsa Dressing. Everything in the salsa gives the corn an extra kick, it is rich in flavour and colour without being overpowering!

More Salsa Recipe-> Sprouted Moong Bean Salsa| Cumin Mango salsa

Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing

Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing

Since I returned from the John Lewis BBQ Master Class , this dish and it's all delicious flavours was dancing in my head and the taste of the this dish lingered on for long. We must pat our back as in less than few minutes we girls created a couple of finger-licking chargrilled recipes in such a short time, one of them was this Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa dressing. While Nayna from Simply.food started roasting corn on the cob and pepper, I chopped mint and prepared the salsa. Manjiri from travelsfortaste and Lisa Moore started preparing Barbecued Pineapple with a caramelised Walnut Dressing. Both dishes turned out fabulous!
Simply.food, Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey, travelsfortaste
Picture courtesy Nayna

Because I have smitten by our dish,  I was eagerly waiting to fire the barbecue at home. Luckily our Bank Holiday Weekend was really sunny, the sun was out and shining down and it was time to crank up the barbie! And we enjoyed so many finger licking and moreish BBQ dishes along with Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing.

More Red Pepper Recipes-> Carrot, Tomato and Red Pepper Smoothie | Red Pepper and Chilli Chutney for Cheese | Eggless Oats, Red pepper, Coriander and Pine Nut Biscotti | Red Chilli Pickle

Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing

Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Pepper, Honey and Sumac Salsa Dressing


Notes:-
You can use red chilli powder or dried red chilli flakes if you can't find paprika.
Instead of Honey, you can use agave nectar, maple syrup or date syrup.

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Barbecued Sweetcorn with Roasted Red Pepper Salsa Dressing
Barbequed corn-on-the-cob (Sweetcorn), jazzed up with super easy and flavourful roasted and honey red pepper salsa. A perfect sensational side dish for your BBQ spread with all the flavours!
Ingredients
  • 4 Corn on the cob husks and tassels removed
  • 2 Pointed Red Pepper
  • 3-4 tbsp. Finely chopped fresh mint + 3-4 fresh leaves for garnishing
  • 3 tbsp. Extra virgin olive oil
  • 3 tbsp. Honey
  • 1 tbsp. Lime juice
  • 1 tsp. Sumac
  • 1 tsp. Paprika Powder
  • Salt
Instructions
Roast the red peppers on the barbecue. Keep the roasted red pepper in a bowl and cover it with the cling film for 10 minutes.
Remove the charred skin and stalk of the red pepper, then finely chop.
Place it in a bowl and add the finely chopped mint, honey, sumac, olive oil, paprika, lime juice and salt.
Give it a good stir and leave it aside for later use.
Now roast the sweetcorn on the barbecue and cut it with the sharp knife into discs.
Add the sweetcorn discs in the red pepper salsa, and toss it until the sweetcorn is coated with the salsa properly.
Serve the sweetcorn in a serving dish, garnish it with the few fresh mint leaves. Enjoy!
Details
Prep time: 10
Cook time:
Total time:
Yield: 6-8 people





























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25 comments:

  1. A delicious way to enjoy the simple roasted corn. Love the photos.

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  2. This has got to be the best way to cook corn on the cobb I've ever seen! Definitely going to try this myself next time I cook it.

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    1. Thanks Nicola:) Let us know how it turns out for you. Cheers !

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  3. Ah! My love affair with roasted corn on cob is ethereal �� I love how you have innovatively used the pepper-sumac salsa as a dressing. As of now, there is no sign of summer here but this will be something that will be on my BBQ menu when sun finally shines!

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    1. Thank you Sia for the lovely comment, us too waiting for a warm weather :)

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  4. I love grilled corn! It's such a treat and yours looks soo delish! Will be trying it soon!

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    1. Thanks Julia, let us know if you prepare it:)

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  5. I've never had sumac before -- what does it taste like? Of course, I love grilled corn and sweet peppers so I'm hooked. This is such an unusual combination -- I have to try it!

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    1. Thanks Lisa for the comment. Sumac is a middle eastern spice, but not spicey at all actually it's tangy. Let us know if you try it out.

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  6. This looks absolutely wonderful! What a great way to enjoy corn! The perfect side for when we finally get the good weather back in the UK!

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    1. Thanks Annie, eagerly waiting for the warmer weather :)

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  7. what a wonderful way to spice up traditional corn. Wonder if my kids would like them.

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  8. Wow your photos are simply stunning!

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous photos! I love sumac. Such wonderful flavors for this corn.

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  10. You're invited to my cookout! Bring this corn :)

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  11. I can just imagine all the delicious smoky and spicy flavors in this corn - yum!

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  12. This was such a wonderful event we attended and it was great to be able to cook with you. Our recipe came out trumps.

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    1. Thanks Nayna, yes , had great fun with you girls.

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  13. Ha ha I like the expression on your faces. The corn looks delicious.

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