There's no shortage of corn this time of year, and there are so many ways to enjoy it beyond boiled on the cob. Whether you prefer a salad, side, soup or dip -- these off-the-cob recipes will conquer your corn cravings.
This fresh corn salad is a delicious alternative to boiled corn on the cob. The best part -- it's a breeze to make. GET THE RECIPE
With black beans, sweet corn, crisp bell peppers and creamy avocado, this is one of those make-ahead, easy recipes that everyone loves. You can serve it as a salad, side or dip with tortilla chips. GET THE RECIPE
With only a few simple ingredients -- butter, shallots, corn, chicken broth and fresh herbs -- this soup has an intense corn flavor that tastes just like summer. GET THE RECIPE
With fresh sweet corn, crisp red bell peppers and buttery chickpeas in a cumin-scented honey-lime vinaigrette, this salad is always a crowd-pleaser. Perfect for a backyard cook-out or picnic! GET THE RECIPE
Old Bay is typically used on seafood, especially on the Eastern Shore, but here it infuses sweet summer corn and tomatoes with a subtle kick of flavor. GET THE RECIPE
This Southwestern-style quinoa salad is as healthy as it is delicious. You can make it a day ahead of time; just be sure to add the avocado at the last minute so it doesn't discolor. GET THE RECIPE