Watermelon Corn Salsa

Written by chanie on July 18th, 2013

When summer comes around, I love to take inspiration from the amazing fresh seasonal produce to create light and healthy dishes. The juicy melons and brightly flavored veggies work wonderfully to create sweet and crunchy salsas, tangy chutneys and colorful salads.

Using bright and sweet farm fresh produce requires little preparation. I usually dress my salads minimally with olive oil and citrus, allowing the fresh flavors to speak for themselves. This watermelon corn salsa is a great example. I’ve made it with both raw and cooked corn – each is equally delicious.

For the recipe, head on over to The Nosher Blog!

If you’re looking to experience the joy of picking your own farm fresh produce at a U-Pick farm, check out my review of Kelder’s Farm.

Other great farm-fresh salad recipes:

Roasted beet salsa
Snap pea, corn & red currant salad

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8 Comments so far ↓

  1. Refreshing. I was toying with the idea of grilling watermelon for a salsa.

  2. This salsa sounds delicious, and I love the pictures.

  3. Ronnie Fein says:

    Sure is colorful and very refreshing.

  4. Prag says:

    Love the blend of colours!

  5. Love the use of watermelon as a side dish!

  6. Tamar Genger says:

    So far I have not had great corn this season, I need to go find some, this salsa looks so fresh and delicious.

  7. always looking for more ways to make corn salad!

  8. Love the sweet flavours in this! This would freshen anyone up on a midweek morning!

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