Pin this recipe – you will want to use it all summer long. Fresh corn and tomatoes are a match made in heaven, and this main dish salad makes the most of that perfect pairing. While heirloom tomatoes are available year- round, purchase from a local farmers’ market or grocer so you know you are getting the season’s best. After grilling the corn, carefully cut the kernels so they fall off in visually appealing panels. You can substitute other greens, such as arugula, for the spinach but, if you plan to have leftovers, remember that dressed spinach holds up a little better than other greens. We prefer skinless salmon fillets in this recipe; they are less likely to stick to the grill and easier to separate into chunks. If you prefer your fish well done, cook it until the center registers 140°F. You can also use grilled steak, shredded rotisserie chicken, or shrimp instead of salmon. While you are keeping things easy, breezy, and summery, serve one of these leisurely five-ingredient desserts, a simple way to provide the sweet finishing touch to your evening.
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