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What Foods to Eat on Lammas? 10 Creative Ways to Serve Corn

As summer draws to a close, the ancient festival of Lammas celebrates the first harvest of the year.  To honor this moment, decide the best foods to eat on Lammas. Don’t settle for plain ol’ corn on the cob! In this article, we’ll showcase 10 innovative, mouth-watering ways to serve up corn at your Lammas celebration. From Fiesta Corn Salad to Mini Corn Dogs, get ready to tantalize your taste buds with these creative dishes. Join us as we explore the versatility and deliciousness of this humble grain!

Cornbread with a Twist

One dish that can never go wrong at a celebration is cornbread. But for this Lammas feast, we’re taking cornbread to the next level with a twist. Adding jalapeños, cheese, and bacon to your cornbread batter will not only elevate the flavor but also the presentation. Cut the cornbread into small squares and serve it as an appetizer with a dollop of sour cream on top. Your guests will be impressed by the unique spin on a classic dish. Now, let’s move on to our second featured recipe – Fiesta Corn Salad.

Fiesta Corn Salad

For a fresh and colorful addition to your Lammas celebration, try serving a Fiesta Corn Salad. This salad is bursting with flavor and textures, making it a perfect side dish that complements any main course.

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Begin by grilling or roasting fresh ears of corn until they’re slightly charred and tender. Cut the kernels off the cob and mix them with diced tomatoes, black beans, chopped cilantro, and thinly sliced red onions. Dress the salad with a simple vinaigrette made with olive oil, lime juice, garlic, and cumin. Toss everything together until well combined and chill in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

The Fiesta Corn Salad is a versatile dish that can also be used as a topping for tacos or a dip for tortilla chips. It’s an excellent way to showcase the sweetness and crunchiness of fresh corn while adding a healthy and satisfying option to your menu. For a more festive touch, you can sprinkle some crumbled queso fresco on top or garnish with avocado slices and jalapeño rings. This salad is sure to be a crowd-pleaser and a perfect balance to the richer flavors of the other dishes on your table.

Looking for more corn-inspired foods to eat on Lammas? Try our next featured dish, a zesty Corn Salsa that will add some heat and tanginess to your Lammas celebration.

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Corn Salsa

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Our zesty Corn Salsa is the perfect accompaniment to any dish. Made with freshly grilled corn, diced tomatoes, red onion, cilantro, lime juice, and a touch of jalapeño, this salsa packs a punch of heat and tanginess that will awaken your taste buds.

Serve it with chips as an appetizer or as a topping for your favorite taco. And if you’re feeling adventurous, try adding it to your Corn Fritters for an extra kick. With its vibrant colors and bold flavors, this Corn Salsa is sure to impress your guests and add a little fire to your Lammas celebration.

Next up, let’s explore the world of Corn Fritters and discover a new twist on this classic dish.

Corn Fritters

Corn fritters are a perfect addition to your Lammas celebration as they are easy to make and can be served as an appetizer or a side dish. The key to making the perfect corn fritters is using fresh, sweet corn that is in season.

To make these fritters, start by mixing together flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar. In a separate bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, and melted butter. Slowly pour the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and mix until a batter forms. Then, fold in fresh corn kernels and chopped scallions.

Heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add enough oil to coat the bottom. Drop spoonfuls of the batter into the skillet, and cook until the fritters are golden brown on both sides. Serve them hot with a dollop of sour cream or a drizzle of honey for a touch of sweetness.

Now let’s move on to a heartier foods to eat on Lammas- Corn Chowder.

Corn Chowder

Now that we’ve taken a look at a fun and tasty way to serve corn, let’s turn our attention to the classic comfort food, corn chowder. With its creamy base and chunks of tender corn, this dish is perfect for a Lammas celebration where we celebrate the bounty of the harvest season.

To start, melt some butter in a pot over medium heat and add diced onions and potatoes. Once they have softened, add in some broth and corn kernels and let it simmer until everything is tender. Gradually stir in some heavy cream and let it cook until it thickens up. Don’t forget to season with salt, pepper, and any other spices you prefer.

Corn chowder is the perfect dish to warm up on a cooler Lammas evening and pairs well with a slice of homemade bread or crackers. And don’t worry about making too much – any leftovers are perfect for reheating for a comforting lunch or dinner the next day.

Next up in our celebration of corn, we have a fresh and vibrant corn and bean salad that is perfect for a lighter option or a side dish to any meal.

Corn and Bean Salad is the Best Food to Eat on Lammas

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A refreshing and colorful addition to any Lammas feast, corn and bean salad is a delightful way to make use of the fresh corn available during this time. With a combination of sweet and savory flavors, this salad is perfect for those who want a lighter option compared to richer dishes like corn chowder.

To make this salad, simply mix together your favorite variety of cooked beans – black beans, kidney beans, or chickpeas all work well – with fresh corn kernels, diced red onion, chopped tomatoes, and finely chopped cilantro. Season with a splash of lime juice and a pinch of chili powder for a bold burst of flavor.

Once your corn and bean salad is complete, it makes a delicious side dish for any meal or a standalone option for a refreshing lunch or dinner. Pair it with grilled chicken or fish for a satisfying and complete meal.

Next up on our list of corn-inspired recipes is a fun and easy popcorn trail mix that is sure to delight your taste buds.

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Popcorn Trail Mix

Next up on our list of corn-inspired recipes is a fun and easy popcorn trail mix that is sure to delight your taste buds. This snack is perfect for those who want a light option to nibble on during the day or as a sweet treat for dessert. Making the popcorn trail mix is simple: grab a bag of popcorn and pop it in the microwave, then mix in some dried fruits like cranberries and apricots, along with your favorite nuts like almonds and pecans. For an extra kick, sprinkle in some cinnamon or drizzle with honey.

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The popcorn trail mix is a great snack to enjoy while preparing the other dishes on your menu or to take with you on a picnic or hike. It is also a perfect addition to any Lughnasadh celebration, providing a crunchy and satisfying option for those who want to indulge without overdoing it.

After enjoying some popcorn trail mix, it’s time to move onto a more indulgent dish – corn pudding! This creamy and decadent dessert is a perfect way to end any meal and celebrate the season’s bounty.

Corn Pudding

After enjoying some savory corn dishes, it’s time to satisfy your sweet tooth with a traditional corn pudding. This classic dessert is made with a custard-like mixture of cornmeal, cream, sugar, and eggs, baked to perfection in the oven. It’s a heavenly combination of sweet and creamy that will leave your taste buds singing.

Corn pudding can be served warm or cold, and can be customized to your liking with the addition of seasonal spices like cinnamon or nutmeg. You can even add in some fresh corn kernels for added texture. It’s a versatile dish that is perfect for any occasion.

As you savor each bite of this delicious dessert, you’ll be transported to a simpler time when corn was a staple of the harvest season. And what better way to celebrate the bounty of the season than with a homemade corn pudding?

Next up on the menu, we have a classic favorite – grilled corn on the cob. Get ready to fire up the grill and savor the taste of summer in every bite.

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Grilled Corn on the Cob

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While corn pudding may be the star of the show at your Lammas celebration, grilled corn on the cob is a classic favorite that simply can’t be missed. There’s something about biting into a perfectly grilled cob of corn that just screams summertime.

To make grilled corn on the cob, start by soaking the husks in water for at least 30 minutes. This will help prevent them from burning on the grill. Once the husks are soaked, peel them back to reveal the corn kernels. Remove any excess silk and then brush the corn with melted butter and season with salt and pepper.

Next, place the corn on a hot grill and cook for about 10-12 minutes, turning the corn occasionally, until it’s nicely charred and cooked through. Once the corn is done, serve it hot with additional butter and seasoning, if desired.

But don’t fill up on just grilled corn on the cob, because up next we have a fun twist on a classic favorite – mini corn dogs.

Mini Corn Dogs

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But don’t fill up on just grilled corn on the cob, because up next we have a fun twist on a classic favorite – mini corn dogs. These bite-sized delights combine the sweetness of corn with the savory flavor of hot dogs, making them the perfect addition to any Lammas celebration.

To make mini corn dogs, you’ll need wooden skewers, hot dogs, cornmeal, flour, buttermilk, egg, baking powder, salt, and oil for frying. Begin by cutting the hot dogs into small pieces and threading them onto the skewers. In a separate bowl, mix together the cornmeal, flour, baking powder, and salt. In another bowl, whisk together the buttermilk and egg.

Dip each hot dog skewer into the buttermilk and egg mixture, then coat it in the cornmeal mixture. Once all of the skewers are coated, heat up oil in a deep frying pan or fryer. Fry the mini corn dogs until they are golden brown and crispy on the outside. Drain them on a paper towel-lined plate and serve them hot with your favorite dipping sauce.

Mini corn dogs make a delicious and playful addition to any Lammas celebration. They’re sure to be a hit with both kids and adults, and they’re easy to make in large batches to feed a crowd. So fire up the oil and get ready to savor the sweet and savory flavors of these fun-sized treats.

Foods to Eat on Lammas Conclusion

Corn is an essential ingredient in any Lammas celebration, but there is no need to stick to plain dishes. With our 10 creative ways to serve corn, you can add a twist to traditional recipes or explore new flavors. Whether you prefer sweet or savory dishes, there is something for everyone in this list. So, let’s celebrate the first harvest of the year with delicious corn-based meals and embrace the bounty of the season. As the old saying goes, “When corn is ripe, keep no more peas” – let’s make the most of this versatile grain and enjoy the flavors of the harvest.