Corn-Avocado Salad (with a Little Something Seared on Top)

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41 thoughts on “Corn-Avocado Salad (with a Little Something Seared on Top)

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  10. Sorry, I was late to the party and even later to share the link! I ended up making salad wraps in cabbage leaves, with nothing seared on top. I made the corn salad twice, subbing lime juice and raw corn for the orange juice and cooked corn in the second try. I thought the orange juice was way too sweet, did anyone else feel that way?

    http://cookieandkate.com/2012/sweet-corn-salad-wraps/

    • I thought it probably would be, so I used just a splash of orange juice and subbed lemon juice for the rest of it, but I didn’t try it the original way.

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