I know I mention Williams-Sonoma products a lot in my blogs, it just so happens I like the quality and taste of their food items or kitchen products. One such item I discovered a few years ago during their summer sale was chile lime corn seasoning. This product is still available both online and in store.
I'm not sure if the recipe was included in the seasoning tin, but it's a delicious alternative to the standard corn on the cob. The seasoning mix includes chile pepper, New Mexico chile pepper, Turkish cumin, ground red pepper, crushed red pepper, jalapeno pepper along with other ingredients. It's spicy, mildly hot and a bit smokey. The recipe calls for grilling the corn for 20-25 minutes, however, I blanch my corn for approximately 5-7 minutes, coat and then grill till it gets some color. Also, I keep my corn whole, I don't cut into chunks. One of these days, I'll grill it as the recipe calls for. I highly recommend this product. By the way, I purchased fresh corn from Matt's Farm Market in Wall Township (60 cents an ear) and made this recipe. The corn was sweet and had nice large kernels, delicious!
I just checked the website this morning, and the chile lime seasoning is on sale today, June 28th, at 30% off, $7.67 for 3 ounces. The website further states that for today only they have 30% off barbecue sauces, rubs and cocktail mixers.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.