Roasted Corn and Tomato SalsaFirst you have to ask yourself, "do you want to know how to make an amazing roasted corn and tomato salsa"? It is a staple at any summer BBQ, but more importantly when done right can be a star dish. Second, and more importantly, ask yourself, do you want to make it next time? After this you will certainly be asked to do it again.
Colavita's recipe for roasted corn and tomato salsa, uses grilled corn on the cob as the stand out ingredient in this fresh, summer salsa. In addition to to the corn, however be sure to use fresh tomatoes that are certainly in season at this time. As a result you will certainly be the hit of any summertime bbq.
Finally and most important be sure to roast extra corn, so you can make a double batch afterwards. You definitely will not be having any left overs. In short...It's that good!
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