Sautéed Corn with Tomatoes, Feta and Basil is the perfect side dish with plenty of savory flavors!
Each year is always an adventure with our garden. We plant different varieties of fruits and vegetables each year and also replant some of our favorites. It is always a surprise to see which plants do well and which struggle to produce. For the past three years, we have experimented with different tomato plants. Each year, we have the same result, very few tomatoes and an abundance of cucumbers, peppers, zucchini and squash. This year, our summer produce is quite the opposite. Well into August, our garden is still exploding with the most beautiful and sweet little cherry tomatoes. Paired with fresh basil, tomatoes yield plenty of opportunities for recipes full of seasonal flavors. Soon, I will begin planting our fall garden, but in the meantime I am enjoying using these ripe cherry tomatoes in this Sautéed Corn with Tomatoes, Feta and Basil side dish.
The perfect summer side dish, this recipe includes sweet corn, salty feta cheese and ripe organic cherry tomatoes fresh from the garden. A few simple ingredients combine to create a perfectly sweet and savory side dish.
Sautéed Corn with Tomatoes, Feta and Basil is a vibrant side dish perfect for serving with fresh grilled fish, chicken or vegetable skewers! A quick and easy recipe, this dish is ready in less than 15 minutes!
Source: adapted from Cooks Illustrated, September/October 2014