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Grilled Corn with Sriracha Scallion Butter

Grilled Corn with Sriracha Scallion Butter I’m can’t decide what I’m more excited about, the best grilled vegetable recipes I’ve made in years, or this awesome giveaway.

Lets talk about this corn for a second. Of course the original purpose of the corn itself was merely as a vehicle for the Sriracha butter, which I adapted from The Sriracha Cookbook (you should buy it, and the Veggie Lovers version), but the sweetness of the grilled corn with the spicy butter made me forget that I had acctually made other things for dinner. This is a meal all by itself. I would also recommend serving it American State Fair style in bed of aluminum foil so that you don’t miss all that fabulous butter that will melt away. And don’t be shy about adding it to your other grilled foods, shrimp and zucchini would love to take a dip in this stuff.

Grilled Corn with Sriracha Scallion Butter

Now, we can chat about this little giveaway. I’ve teamed up with some other awesome bloggers to give one lucky reader a shiny new iPad:

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Give them a visit, enter to win and GOOD LUCK! And if you don’t win, you can always console yourself with some tasty, spicy, grilled corn.

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Warm Duck Fat Roasted Potato Salad with IPA Mustard Vinaigrette (with vegetarian option)

Ingredients

  • 2lbs red potatoes, cut into small cubes
  • 2 tbs duck fat (use olive oil for vegetarian)
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ¼ cup chopped shallots
  • 1 clove garlic, smashed
  • ¼ cup stone ground mustard
  • 1 tbs honey
  • ¼ cup IPA
  • ¼ tsp smoked paprika
  • ½ tsp black pepper
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 1/3 cup chopped green onions
  • 2 weight ounces crumbled Roquefort cheese (about 1/3 cup)
  • ¼ cup flat leaf parsley, chopped
  • ½ cup shelled peas

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 400.
  2. Heat the duck fat (or olive oil for vegetarian) in a large oven safe skillet (cast iron preferred). Add potato cubes and 1 tsp salt, tossing to coat. Cook until potatoes start to brown, about 5 mintues. Transfer skillet to oven and roast for 20 minutes or until fork tender.
  3. In a blender or small food processor, add the shallots, garlic, mustard, honey, IPA, smoked paprika, pepper and ½ tsp salt, process until well combined, about 2 minutes.
  4. In a large bowl add the potatoes, mustard vinaigrette, green onions, blue cheese, parsley and peas, toss to coat. Serve warm.
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ashley – Baker by Nature June 17, 2013 um 4:23 am

I’m so excited for fresh Summer corn! And this butter sounds insane!!! I gotta get that sriracha book!

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abby June 17, 2013 um 4:27 am

if i would i would use my ipad to download some cookbook apps

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Leanne T June 17, 2013 um 6:52 am

I will use it like my laptop, but have recipies or cookbooks stored on it so I can have it in the kitchen with me!

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Marcia June 17, 2013 um 7:02 am

Since I’m like, the only one I know who doesn’t have an Ipad, I’d use it for EVERYTHING! searching recipes, shopping, photos, games, all the cool apps that I’m dying to try!!

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Karla | A Season On The Mountain June 17, 2013 um 7:38 am

Corn season is still a few months away around here, but grilled is our favorite way to cook it so this butter will have to make an appearance at one of the first meals. In the mean time I may just have to try it on some grilled shrimp or how about trout?!

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Liza Glick June 17, 2013 um 8:03 am

To find new recipes!

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Marie June 17, 2013 um 8:11 am

I’d definitely use it to play too many games…and to download some awesome apps! (I don’t have an iphone) Mmmm, that sriracha scallion butter would be so good on tons of stuff 🙂

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Leah June 17, 2013 um 8:28 am

I hope I will get to use it more than my daughter 🙂 It would be fun to explore everything that we could do with it 🙂

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Anna @ Crunchy Creamy Sweet June 17, 2013 um 9:20 am

I’ve heard about this book!!! Need to get my hands on it, especially if you recommend it. Love this grilled corn idea! We are eating so much of it this season!

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Leda Ramey June 17, 2013 um 9:32 am

I am always looking for new ways to make corn even more delicious!

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Wendi Gratrix June 17, 2013 um 9:35 am

iPad in the kitchen is so handy for pulling up recipes, listening to music while I cook! Grilled corn…yum!

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Mark June 17, 2013 um 9:43 am

I would use it for everything!!

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Nish June 17, 2013 um 9:47 am

love the recipe! Would be awesome to win the iPad for college! 🙂

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Laura June 17, 2013 um 9:59 am

I would love an iPad to use while traveling for work!

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GeezLouise! June 17, 2013 um 10:12 am

I will take my phone back from my 8 year old so he can play Minecraft on the Ipad!

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Jenni June 17, 2013 um 10:36 am

I’d use it to read great recipes like the one you just posted. 😉 No, but seriously, I’d use it for everything. I’d love to have a bigger screen than my iPhone to read recipes from while cooking in the kitchen.

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Andrea M June 17, 2013 um 10:53 am

I would read your blog!

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Ellon St. Croix June 17, 2013 um 11:25 am

This corn sounds delicious! I would use an iPad for everything!

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Eleni June 17, 2013 um 12:04 pm

Spicy, grilled corn sounds amaze balls! excited to try

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Marlo June 17, 2013 um 12:41 pm

My daughter would love that Sriracha & Scallion butter – I’m definitely making it this summer!

I would use the iPad for everything from viewing recipes, to pinterest to email and facebook etc..
I’ll probably get less sleep at night because i won’t be able to put it down 🙂

What a great giveaway!

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Whitney June 17, 2013 um 12:43 pm

I would use a new iPad to find new recipes and use Pinterest!

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Kari M June 17, 2013 um 12:46 pm

I’d use it for everything!

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Michele Chapman June 17, 2013 um 1:44 pm

Great recipe and perfect for summer!

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claire @ the realistic nutritionist June 17, 2013 um 2:05 pm

DDDUDEE!! This corn! I’m dead.

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Kim June 17, 2013 um 3:31 pm

I’ve never been sure how to spice up the typical corn on the cob but this looks delicious!

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Julia June 17, 2013 um 3:35 pm

I’d use a new iPad to keep permanently in the kitchen. I’m sick of sharing mine with the toddler!

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Bridget C June 17, 2013 um 3:56 pm

I will use it to download some apps I’ve been wanting; thanks!

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Cassie | Bake Your Day June 17, 2013 um 4:20 pm

You know how I feel about Sriracha…combined with butter AND corn? I’m all in!

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Jessica June 17, 2013 um 4:47 pm

I think I finally found a way to make my boyfriend eat a vegetable! Thanks for the great idea!

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Tracie Trump June 17, 2013 um 5:05 pm

Love to use it for all the traveling I plan to do, world traveler here I come, tmtluvs2sweep@gmail.com

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Steve June 17, 2013 um 5:24 pm

Gift for Mom.

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Elena Vo June 17, 2013 um 6:11 pm

I’d read all my favorite books and use the apps to help me cook.

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carrian June 17, 2013 um 8:32 pm

That melty butter, mmmmmmmm

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Elizabeth guerra June 17, 2013 um 8:57 pm

I would use the iPad to look up recipes for dinner, because every wife know that it is a difficult task to think of something to make for dinner. I love to use chicken , so I need many different recipes.

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Des @ Life’s Ambrosia June 17, 2013 um 9:27 pm

SRIRACHA BUTTER?! My life has changed for ever. When you move near me (fingers crossed!) I’ll buy an ice cream maker, make us some ice cream and then you make us this and all will be right with the world.

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Maneesha Pradhan June 17, 2013 um 10:05 pm

I want to use it to start video taping my recipes

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Yesi Guerrero June 17, 2013 um 11:35 pm

I would use this contraption for everything creative!! Especially when searching for new fun recipies like I find on here!! It would be fun to watch youtube cook recipies too!! Bless me with one, thanks!!! ;D

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Sarah June 18, 2013 um 12:05 am

I bought the Sriracha Cookbook on my Kindle a few months ago and to my discredit I haven’t made anything from it yet! I have to get on this, I’m just about drooling on my keyboard.

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Jonathan June 18, 2013 um 5:05 am

looking up recipes!

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Kristina June 18, 2013 um 6:38 am

I need a new computer, but can’t afford one right now so I’ll use it like a laptop! 🙂

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Charlette June 18, 2013 um 6:39 am

Corn Shriacha what a great combo. I love anything hot! Corn in the summer a must have. Would love to win the IPad just to have my recipes on hand all the time no more paper printouts!

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Melissa June 18, 2013 um 8:37 am

Would use the iPad for reading blogs in the evening, and to pull up recipes in my kitchen while cooking…

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Tabitha Neal June 18, 2013 um 11:51 am

My fiancé LOVES siracha! I bet he will die when summer corn goes on sale, and I whip this recipe up for him!

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Karen June 18, 2013 um 12:35 pm

This sounds so YUMMY! I plan to make it July 4th weekend. Thanks for sharing.
Karen

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Maureen G June 18, 2013 um 1:36 pm

I think I wouuld use the iPad for searches because I enoy finding unusual recipes and also, interesting places for short trips

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Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious June 18, 2013 um 2:43 pm

Sriracha butter?! Yeah, this is why we get along so well 🙂

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mrsblocko June 18, 2013 um 4:28 pm

I’d donate it to my daughter’s school

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Anna Attia June 18, 2013 um 4:33 pm

I think I will use the IPAD to search for workout routines, after trying all these fabulous dishes!!

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Kenny June 18, 2013 um 4:34 pm

Probably mostly for games and for recipes when I’m in the kitchen

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Tieghan June 18, 2013 um 7:59 pm

That butter!! Oh my gosh! I love this!

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Leta June 18, 2013 um 8:13 pm

That looks amazing. Ready for fresh corn!

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Siri June 18, 2013 um 8:25 pm

The things I can do on an Ipad are countless. Firstly I will subscribe to few food magazines and drool over recipes I want to make rest of the year! 🙂

Siri

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MJ June 18, 2013 um 10:10 pm

Watch tv shows online

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Amabelle June 18, 2013 um 11:56 pm

My main use for an iPad would be for school. After being married and having 4 kids I’m finally going to college to get a degree!

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Nutmeg Nanny June 19, 2013 um 6:36 am

This corn looks amazing! I’m such a sucker for fresh sweet corn. I cannot wait till the good stuff starts rolling into the farmer market….yum!

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Cassie June 19, 2013 um 8:35 am

I would use the ipad for reading and to download educational apps for my toddler.

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cyndi br June 19, 2013 um 3:04 pm

I would use it for grocery shopping

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Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love. June 19, 2013 um 6:27 pm

I’m kind of in love with that sriracha butter!

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Cathy k. June 22, 2013 um 1:15 am

So many uses for the iPad but reading food blogs and getting recipes is a major one! Love this butter, going to make some as soon as the fresh corn is in around here in a few weeks!

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Fred July 11, 2013 um 4:50 am

To start off for this was the best corn i’ve ever made, but you’re going to need some GOOD sweet corn on the cob is the key.

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