A week ago, I wanted to serve fresh corn again for dinner since it has been so tasty this year. My husband loves fresh corn season, and sometimes I don’t feel like corn on the cob. So, I found a recipe for a saute which was simply delicious.
I used margarine instead of the butter in the dish, and it was perfect. It took about ten minutes to prepare and was a wonderful side dish for chicken that evening. I highly recommend making this dish with fresh corn.
Here is a recipe that I adapted from allrecipes.com from this summer. Gather these ingredients: 1/2 stick butter, 1/2 cup diced white onion, 2 cups chopped zucchini, 3 ears of fresh corn with kernels removed, salt and pepper to taste.
Heat the margarine in a large skillet on the stove and cook the onion first. Add the zucchini next and cook about 5 minutes. Finally, add the corn, salt and pepper and cook for another 4 minutes until hot for serving immediately. This was a delicious side dish to serve with any meat entree.