Corn and Apple Hash

You could describe my cooking style as inventive, but I really have to be. When trying to cook seasonal fresh produce, it can be a challenge to make a balanced meal. I usually find a few things, throw them in a skillet and hope for the best. As I always tell Dev, come take a photo of this. It is either going to be really good or really bad! 

Most fruits and veggies are pretty easy to work with, and a lot of them can go together with a simple sauce or seasoning with no trouble. Corn is in season (and on sale)! My favorite way to eat corn is straight off the grill, but on this rainy day, I had to settle for pan fried. 

For a sweet and savory addition to any southern meal, you will need. 


  • 1 ear of corn
  • 1 apple
  • 1 onion

Yep. That's all. I didn't add any seasoning!

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  1. Strip the corn off of the cob (raw). 
  2. Dice an apple into small cubes. 
  3. Slice or dice your onion to whatever size fits your fancy!
  4. Sautee these three until the onion and apple are soft and the corn is a little charred. 

Enjoy! If you must add seasoning, I recommend a little black pepper and garlic or Tony's Creole seasoning if you want a little crawfish boil style.  I paired this with some roasted broccoli and baby bella mushrooms. The green you see in the photo is arugula, my bitter friend. It has a very unique taste, when added in small quantities to pizza or a salad, it is delicious! I like to use it as a base for my bun-less burgers and a topping for pretty much anything!