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When peaches are in season, I always stick to one type of dish. That dish involves me grilling the peaches. So, I wanted to change it up a bit and try a different peach salad recipe like the idea of colorful salads. They are just so much more satisfying to the eye as well as the tummy. And, since I had some ripe peaches, I figured I would add even more color to the dish. Check out how I created this Corn Tomato and Peach Salad. It is a very colorful side salad recipe for my family. A perfect side dish for any grilling recipe like this Grilled Rosemary Garlic and Lemon Chicken recipe.
What ingredients are in the Corn, Tomato and Peach Salad Recipe?
6 plum tomatoes wedged - made into bite-size pieces
1 cup corn fresh or frozen - Defrost corn first
½ cup of Mozzarella pearls or more if you want
1 large peach - slice and then cube up pieces
⅓ cup olive oil
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon aged balsamic vinegar
salt and pepper to taste
How to make this Corn, Tomato and Peach Salad Recipe?
Cook the corn, then cut off and place the kernels in a bowl. Set aside. If you only have frozen corn, defrost it in a bowl before making this dish. Then remove any excess liquid.
Cut the plum tomatoes into wedges then in half and remove the top near the stem. Add to the bowl.
Drain the mozzarella pearls and add to bowl with the tomatoes.
Add the corn to the bowl.
Remove the pit of the peach and dice into small pieces and add to bowl.
To make the dressing: Add the olive oil , honey, aged balsamic, and salt and pepper to taste. It should be a little sweet.
Add the rest of the ingredients to a bowl and pour the dressing on top and toss. Set aside and refrigerate for ½ hour.
That's it. Doesn't it look yummy? It was very refreshing and great for when peaches are in season. The dressing is a little sweet to enhance the sweetness of the peaches. I hope you enjoy it. Try it and taste it for yourself.
Now it's your turn. Would you try this dish? Did you make something similar? Please share your thoughts below. I would love to hear from you.
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