Corn Salsa

Vegan Mexican Spiced Corn Salsa
Vegan Mexican Spiced Corn Salsa
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4 Corn on the cob
½ a bunch of fresh Coriander destemmed and roughly chopped
½ a fresh Red chili seeds removed and finely sliced
4 Spring onions trimmed and finely sliced
3 Tomatoes ripe, chopped
Sea salt
Juice of 2 Lime
1 tablespoon Olive oil extra virgin

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Corn Salsa


This Corn Salsa is a vegan dream. Use this recipe inside your tacos and burritos or just enjoy it as a salad on its own. With so many delicious and juicy salad ingredients, this dish can be filling enough too.

I like to use corn for the base of the salsa with chopped tomatoes and spring onions and seasoned with coriander, red chili, olive oil, salt and limes. Get out your sombreros! I can already smell the party!

To make Corn Salsa, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Corn Salsa

So, how to make Corn Salsa?

Steps to make Corn Salsa


Preheat grill


Preheat a griddle pan to a medium-high heat.


Grill corn


Place the corn on the preheated pan and grill for 15 minutes, using tongs to rotate the sides often, until heated through and lightly golden all over. Set aside to cool slightly.


Remove kernels from cob


Holding the corn, in your hands, facing down, carefully run knife down the sides to cut off the kernels. Transfer kernels to a mixing bowl.


Prepare salsa


In the same mixing bowl, add the coriander, fresh chili, spring onions and tomatoes to the cooked corn kernels.




Drizzle salsa with 1 tablespoon olive oil, all over and season with a pinch of salt and all the lime juice. Mix well to coat, before serving.

Try this new Corn Salsa recipe for yourself. It’s got the crunch and all the flavor that a corn salsa should have and I think you’ll love it! We love seeing your pictures so don’t forget to tag #cookmerecipes in your own party pictures and posts.

Nina dreams of gender equality and for women all over the world to feel empowered and enjoy the same freedom she has. She’s a careful consumer, believing that by being more conscious about the way we live we can make the world a better place! Already a vegetarian, she uses animal products sparingly and tries to produce as little waste as possible. Most of her recipes are vegan as a result!

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Total Reviews: 9
Ivana Canidate

Freaking delicious and flavorful! Obsessing over it already.

Reece Barty

Corn salsa is legit the best type of salsa you can have, this and the fresh corn salsa aren't too different though.

Aiyanna Nau

My ma loved the taste of this with some platinos and adobe spice.

Nellie Beckstrand

Great with some nacho chips and even hot sauce dabbed on it would recommend.

Toni Sorelle

Simple spicy and vegan?! Exactly the type of salsa I was looking for!

Skylynn Onasch

There's not much I can say about salsa but this was great I suppose.

Ali Bunfill

Vegan stuff is becoming so popular I'm all for it!!

Asha Shomer

This was alright though personally I think it's not too spicy so not perfect for Mexican nacho day.


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