Thursday, 16 October 2008

Red Corn Isn't Just Decorative

Crunchier and more nutritious than its yellow counterpart, edible red corn, or "Indian" corn, mixes well with ingredients that don't overwhelm its earthy flavor. This recipe calls for the corn to be sprinkled with sugar and sauteed in olive oil and lime juice then topped with salty cotija anejo cheese...
...Notice anything unusual about this corn? It's real red you're seeing. That's no ordinary ear of corn. That's an ear of edible red corn.
In the U.S. we typically refer to colored corn as "Indian corn" since Native Americans were the first people to grow corn in the New World...

Full Story: Red Corn Recipe With Cilantro And Cotija Anejo Cheese; on eMaxHealth.com




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