Avocado Corn Salad Recipe With Easy Salad Dressing

Hi everyone, its Natasha of Natashaskitchen.com. Today we’re making a favorite! It’s a bright and feel-good salad, that’s
loaded with sweet corn creamy avocado and cherry tomatoes and you’ll fall in
love with this dressing, We’ll start with 1 pound of cherry
tomatoes, you can also use grape tomatoes or chopped Roma, if that’s what you have
on hand. Slice them in half and place them in a large salad bowl. Next, you’ll
need 3 cooked cobs of corn and we’ve grilled these but you can also use
boiled or baked corn on the cob. Slice the corn off the cob then crumble it up
slightly with your hands and transfer it to the salad bowl. You’ll need two whole
avocado and I’m using the larger size because we love avocado. Peel, pit and
slice those up and transfer them to the bowl for salads. It’s best to get ripe
avocados, but not ones that are overly ripe, because you want them to keep their
shape in the salad. Peel and thinly slice half of a medium
red onion. Using a red onion, adds nice subtle flavor to the salad and a
beautiful pop of color and of course we can’t resist cilantro. So chop half of a
small bunch of fresh cilantro. Add that to the bowl, then press in two garlic
cloves. Do not skip the garlic, the dressing will mellow it out and it gives
every bite irresistible flavor. Squeeze in two to three tablespoons of fresh
lime juice and you can add that to taste. We’ll finish off the dressing with two
tablespoons of good olive oil. I use extra virgin along with a teaspoon of
sea salt and a pinch of black pepper. Oh, okay! I’m really excited right now
coz I get to enjoy this for lunch. Oh, if you love any of our avocado salads, you
are will go crazy for this one. It has so much amazing flavor and now we’re gonna
do the taste test. All right, let’s load up. Love how much avocado is in this… yum-yum!
Okay, here we go. A little bit of everything. Mmm, this is so good. It’s so fresh and
that sweetness from the corn and then the zesty lime. It is delicious. The
flavors just meld together so nicely. Seriously, this salad just says summer
party to me, it’s so colorful and fresh. I love that lime dressing and then the
avocado makes it so creamy good and you can use any kind of corn. We love to add
grilled corn but you can use boiled corn, baked corn, whatever you like, whatever
you have on hand. This is a winner! If you enjoyed this video, please give us a
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Reader Comments

  1. Myra

    Love this!!!! Going out right now for olive oil and corn to make this for my lunch and dinner!!!! Subbing because you love tomatoes, avocado, and cilantro, and garlic. That means your palette is in line with mine. Can't wait for lunch and your next recipe.

  2. Rosana Ribeiro

    I love avocado and I hate cilantro. Your food always makes me think about God's creativity with tastes, textures and colors. He is wonderful. I love English and you help me lots with listening skills. The

  3. Jin Lee

    Oh my gosh it’s so delicious!!! I was thinking well salad is just salad, it can’t be that delicious and after one bite I was like noooo ~~~ it’s amazing


    This is awesome i did this today and my employers love it..she ask me to make it again tomorow…thank you so much nathasha for sharing this kind amazing salad recipe's 👍👍

  5. Club Astro Transcendental Motor

    Now add some grilled chicken marinated in olive oil, lemon juice, onion, salt and pepper, and top with some Oaxacan cheese or queso fresco and you are done!

  6. Rosa Avila Ryan

    I think it would be best to make the dressing separately then pour it over the salad so it is all evenly covered.

    Great salad that I never thought of… thank you so much!!

    I am loving you so much more than In the Kitchen with Laura. Great videos!!

  7. Samantha Graham

    This salad sounded great and I tried it for myself. It tasted great and I would definitely eat it again. But I would recommend less cilantro because when I took a bite I would get a wave of cilantro which was really strong. Make sure u get a piece of avocado in every bite to even it out.

  8. Mark Garnado

    Is it okay i wont use onion and garlic Im practicing Hindu, I mean I really dont like those garlic and onion is there a substitute?

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