01 August 2016

Grilled Corn and Sausage Kabobs #TasteCreations

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This month our Taste Creations blog hop features a summer favorite:  Sweet Corn!  I was introduced to sweet corn as a tot, my dad grew sweet corn and we ate it all summer and deep into the fall.  My mom boiled it in water sweetened with a bit of sugar.  Delicious!

My husband and I don't grow our own corn, but it is the first thing we look for at the Farmer's Market.  This recipe is a new one to us but is quickly going to be a family favorite.  It's fast, delicious and easy to make!


Sweet Corn and Sausage Kabobs

by Our Good Life
Ingredients (4 servings)
  • 2 large ears sweet corn, cut into 2-inch pieces (about 8)
  • 1 large green sweet pepper, cut into 1 1/2-inch pieces
  • 1 14 - ounce package turkey kielbasa, cut into 12 pieces
  • 1/3 cup bottled salad dressing: we like Balsamic Vinagrette
  • 1 tablespoon prepared yellow mustard
Instructions
Prepare grill for medium-high heat. Thread corn, kielbasa and sweet peppers on 4 long skewers.
In a small bowl, whisk together dressing and mustard; brush some of the mixture on the kabobs before grilling.
Grill, covered, directly over medium- to medium-high heat for 8 to 12 minutes, turning and brushing occasionally with remaining dressing mixture, until vegetables are tender and charred.
Remove from heat, let rest.
Serve with some of the mustard sauce as a dipping sauce.
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Check out these other delicious corn recipes by my fellow bloggers. You will not be disappointed!

Mexican Street Corn Salad at Tikkido

Easy Corn Casserole at Mom Home Guide


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30 comments :

  1. HECK YES - these look insanely good and like the perfect summer lunch or dinner, sign me up!

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  2. What a wonderful summer meal you have here. I do like my corn in the summer.

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  3. This looks delicious! I'll have to try this recipe on the grill next weekend!

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  4. wow, I never thought of doing corn kabobs before. This looks amazing and great that you got it at the farmer's market.

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  5. What a great grilling idea! I love kabobs and they are very presentational too!

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  6. Corn is my favourite! The method of brushing mustard on the corn and kabobs before grilling remind me of the same method we use in my origin country, Indonesia. The corn becomes tastier.

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  7. Oh my word. These look absolutely amazing! I am all about Kabobs in the summer months!

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  8. Totally drooling over here! While I'm having a salad tonight and a black bean burger, I'd rather be having grilled corn and sausage kabobs! Pinned for later!

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  9. The corn we have bought has been extra delicious this year. We have never grilled it before so maybe I'll give it a try next. I have to have lots of butter and salt on it too.

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  10. I love grilled corn its one of my summer favourites. Adding quorn sausage as I am a veggie would be a delicious snack to have!

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  11. Oh, wow! You can never go wrong with kabobs especially when it includes grilled corn. Kids love having these during barbecues and picnics! It's always a sure hit!

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  12. I have never thought to cut the corn cob up and then grill it, that is pretty smart! This definitely looks like something I would love!

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  13. Holy cow, that looks amazing! I love food that is grilled on the grill. This is my type of food!

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  14. Um... why have I never thought about putting corn-on-the-cob on the grill on a kabob? I LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea and am totally going to get that turkey sausage and make this soon!
    Karen | GlamKaren.com

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  15. Those look great! We are big fans of grilling corn in the summer and sausage is really one of my favorite proteins.

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  16. This is such an easy and yummy looking recipe! Definitely trying it out soon!

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  17. So colorful...so delightful. This is how good food is supposed to look. I can just imagine the taste

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  18. This looks so delicious! I know what I am making for dinner one day this week.

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  19. My son loves corn and I am always looking for new recipes to cook at home! This looks tasty and very easy to make. Thank you for sharing!

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  20. These are such delicious summer recipes. They are great for enjoying the last month of the summer with loved ones.

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  21. Love easy and delicious meals like this! PLus, it's super frugal too! Going to give this a try!

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  22. This not only sounds really yummy but it looks absolutely beautiful...I'd feel good serving these at a summer BBQ!

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  23. I love corn, but never thought of using it in a kabob. I don't eat meat, but I'm pretty sure I could find a meat-alternative that would be just as delicious. Thank you for sharing your recipe!

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  24. Corn is one of my all time favorite veggies to grill. It's fun to experiment with different seasonings for a variety of flavors.

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  25. how come i never thought of this! what a cute idea, i absolutely love me some corn on the cob! will definitely make this soon! easy peazy! xo

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  26. This is perfect for summer nights. We all love corn and sausage. This is a winning summer reciepe!

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  27. Ong these kabobs look absolutely delicious!!!! I must add these to next weeks menu!!!! So yummy

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  28. Oh Em Gee, This is mouthwatering! I Love sausages and corn, so together they must be extra amazing. I'd love to try these at our last summer barbeque.

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  29. I love corn, since I was little too. Sometimes I crave corn alone lol. I heat it on the microwave and eat it with a little bit of salty. I am more of a salt person than sweets.

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  30. Ahh I miss good farmers markets! This looks so good! We have a farmers market here but it never has anything great to pick from!

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