Roasted Corn Pasta Recipe from Moon Time
One of my most loved places to eat out in the place where I grew up is the pub Moon Time. It’s a pub/alehouse with astounding food, huge amounts of microbeers on tap, an eclectic menu and week after week live music. The vibe is extremely laid back so you feel great in an extravagant sundress or cutoff shorts. Make a trip for a beer and darts or some phenomenal pub grub and live music.
Some of Moon Time’s best dishes are the Anasazi Bean Burger, Santa Fe Chicken Sandwich and 74th St. Gumbo. Moon Time’s Roasted Corn Pasta has turned into a family most loved and additionally a signature side dish for the restaurant. When anybody says Moon Time, the first thing they say is “I adore their roasted corn pasta, I NEED that recipe!” My companion even orders a different side of pasta to take home at whatever point we eat there.
This recipe packs a punch because of the chipotle in it. I am a total wimp when it comes to spicy food and I LOVE this pasta salad. The chipotle in the recipe includes a slight kick without being overwhelming making everybody say: What’s in here? I just so happen to have an “in” to this mystery recipe on the grounds that my nephew works at their partner restaurant, The Porch. Shhh, don’t tell anybody!
ROASTED CORN PASTA SALAD
1 Tablespoon butter
1 Tablespoon cooking oil
½ cup diced red onion
1 ½ cups frozen corn
4 ½ cups uncooked fusilli
1 cups mayo
1 bunch cilantro roughly stemmed
2 Tablespoons chipotle puree
Salt to taste
1) Combine corn, onions, butter and oil and roast in a 400 degree oven until onions are translucent and delicate. Expel from oven and cool in refrigerator.
2) Cook fusilli as coordinated and rinse under cool under running water.
3) Combine cilantro, chipotle and mayo in food processor and puree.
4) Mix fusilli, corn/onion blend and puree ingredients. Add salt to taste.
This pasta salad is an incredible dish for a potluck or BBQ and also a delicious side dish for a burger or sandwich. It has heat, yet you can turn it up or down depending upon the amount of chipotle sauce you put in. This recipe includes making the chipotle puree from scratch however you can likewise purchase it in the Mexican of your supermarket to spare time. This dish takes somewhat additional work yet it’s so worth it!