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    Fresh Corn Griddle Cakes With Spicy Salsa

    Vegetarian • 1 hr to cook • Serves 2


    1 Bell peppers
    1 Chives
    1 Cilantro, leaves
    1 Corn, kernels
    2 Jalapeno, small
    1 Limes
    1 Red onion
    1 Tomatoes


    1 Eggs

    Baking & Spices

    1 Baking powder
    1 Baking soda
    1 Cornmeal
    1 Flour
    2 Kosher salt
    1 Sugar


    1 Butter
    1 Buttermilk
    1 Queso fresco
    • Rebecca Day-Rodriguez

      fresh corn cakes with spicy salsa

    • Kate Nolan

      Fresh Corn Griddle Cakes With Spicy Salsa by David Tanis - NY Times (

    • Dustin Wunderlich

      Fresh corn griddle cakes are topped with a kicky salsa of multicolored summer peppers and tomatoes, some fluffy cilantro and crumbled queso fresco.

    • Anna Schneider-Mayerson

      Intrigued by these corn pancakes. Griddle cake make them sound more substantial.

    • carol muse

      Fresh Corn Griddle Cakes With Spicy Salsa : NYT Cooking

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