Corn, Cauliflower And Cucumber Salad

I loved this salad! I used red bell pepper, with 1 tbsp balsamic and 1 tbsp cider vinegar with a little bit of sugar to take the edge off the vinegar.

Salads help to keep us (and our kitchens!) cool when the weather months really start to heat up. But even in the throes of winter, we think a salad like this is just as enjoyable and refreshing. Our cauliflower and cucumber salad, speckled with bright kernels of corn, and topped with a cool, creamy dressing is a great way to serve up each of these veggies. It’s a great alternative to a potato salad and is packed with tons of crunch power! It’s super easy to make, with minimal chopping required. The dressing is simple too, and customizable to suit your individual tastes. Here’s how we do it.

Made exactly as recipe stated. I absolutely love it!!! So happy I tried this recipe and will be making it often.

We start by making the dressing so that it will have more time to really absorb all the flavors. We usually use mayonnaise with this dish, but for a little more tang, Greek yogurt is a great alternative. Fresh dill and chives really help add that fresh peppery bite that will really pull the salad together.

Love, love, love this salad! It really is nice to have the cauliflower sliced thin. It was very colorful with the red peppers and purple onion. I made a half recipe for three of us and am so sorry that I didn’t make a full one. There is not much left. I did make one small change in that I added about a tsp. of sugar to my dressing (half recipe) after tasting. It seemed right for us. I will make this many more times

Next, the veggies: cauliflower is a hearty veggie and pairs well with just about everything. We up that crunch factor with bell peppers and cucumbers. We didn’t have fresh corn on hand but wanted to add another layer of flavor and color. Once again, the pantry comes to the rescue with a can of sweet corn. Of course fresh is best, but in a pinch, these canned or frozen veggies are real lifesavers!


1 large head cauliflower, cleaned and cut into florets
1 (15 oz) can sweet corn, drained and rinsed
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