Though corn right off the cob is delicious during the summer, it becomes extra-comforting when paired with fresh summer produce in this corn pudding. We like the kick that follows the sweet freshness of this dish.
Source: Not Eating Out in NY
FROM THE RECIPE:
It was a simple recipe for the humita in Seven Fires, consisting of fresh, sweet corn, milk, butter, onion and lots of fresh basil. While softening the onions, I added a few small cubano peppers and some just-ripe, black heirloom tomatoes before stirring in the corn kernels for a little more depth. An assortment of garden herbs like chives and oregano accompanied the basil, and I gave it plenty squeezes of lime. The result was a mild, tangy and fresh-tasting "pudding." I also couldn't get the mixture to thicken the way I wanted it to, so some fine yellow cornmeal stirred in solved that problem.
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