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BBQ Corn & Bean Succotash Salad – Great Summer Salad! ctm magazine

Learn how to make a BBQ Corn & Bean Succotash Salad! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2011/07/sufferin-succotash-salad.html for the ingredients! Plus, more info and over 550 additional original video recipes. I hope you enjoy this BBQ Corn & Bean Succotash Salad!



  • Doomzdayxx on July 8, 2011

    2:18 John eats his succotash salad with hair

  • bbbsq11 on July 8, 2011

    I made this tonight with burgers! SOOOOOOOO GOOOOOOOD!! Thanks Chef John!

  • helmus2000 on July 9, 2011

    @tastycajun0381 why is that ?

  • Azimuthas on July 9, 2011

    why would corn be bad for you….? that just doesn't make sense

  • Paul K on July 9, 2011

    dude! so simple, so fast, so good!!! thank you, another great recipe.
    more vegan dishes please!! 🙂

  • Kent Kerr on July 9, 2011

    Corn is very good for you. One cup of raw white corn has about 130 calories, 2 grams of fat, 5 grams of protein, 29 grams of carbohydrate and 4 grams of fiber with no cholesterol. Corn is also rich in the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin that have been associated with lower risk of chronic diseases. Moreover, corn oil is high in the essential fatty acid, linoleic acid as well as vitamin E. Not to mention Native Americans gave it to colonists to fight of scurvy. So yeah, quit complaining.

  • AutomHatter on July 9, 2011

    Fantastic! Thanks Chef John!

  • LuvTheSnapper on July 9, 2011

    not that many people like succotash? since when? what happened to the world?

  • lolim18 on July 9, 2011

    So yesterday night I had a dream about eating this, and how do I remember? The fresh, sweet corn.

    Why must you torture me in my dreams too, Chef John?

  • Pedro Oliveira on July 9, 2011

    I can soooo imagine this with a steak

  • D Bolt on July 9, 2011

    ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh wow John this was so good thks this is oour fav now

  • Ryan E on July 9, 2011

    I guess this would be good on a rainy summer day lol~

  • blendedchaitea on July 9, 2011

    I just made this for a dinner party. Chef John, your recipes have always been a hit with my friends, so here's hoping for another one!

  • whyforcemetoenteraname on July 9, 2011


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  • Robin Wang on July 10, 2011

    tried it, didnt like it 🙁

  • rondevvue on July 10, 2011

    i love how his intros and outros always match perfectly with the music…

  • Paul K on July 10, 2011

    @Skullchaser08 your just another sad fukcing inet troll. to ugly for real life. I feel sorry for u!

  • nesseline on July 10, 2011

    @JoeHell67 Make sure you ask me over!

    Nat from Germany

  • JoeHell67 on July 10, 2011



  • JoeHell67 on July 10, 2011


    maybe i'll need an assistant… ;-P
    you gotta be nice though… xD xD

  • Camille Gary on July 11, 2011

    Looks good and simple. I'll be making this before summer ends.

  • kll.c on July 12, 2011

    @WonderingThoughts74 actually i was going to make this, but then i realized that i had no bbq sauce, so i made something creepy out of bacon strips. real story

  • Brutally Honest Canuckistani on July 12, 2011

    Tried it today. Was wonderful! Thanks!

  • Mary Beth on July 17, 2011

    I made this yesterday, added some chopped celery and tomato that needed to be used. It was delicious, love the BBQ dressing. I will definitely be making this a lot over the summer.

  • kll.c on July 21, 2011

    @WonderingThoughts74 thats why i did it with bacon tomatoes and a little mayonnaise. was awesome

  • JC on July 24, 2011

    I have to say that this was one of the most bizarre/unusual dishes I've ever made (as far as the ingredients), but it was super easy, super fast, and really good.

  • ZoilaSolis on July 26, 2011

    interesting…i will try it

  • Lipton Tea US on August 4, 2011

    Great BBQ salad!

  • Mary Lenik on August 28, 2011

    I made this today, and it was SOOO good 😀

  • Lisa Valete on March 31, 2012

    very delicious,tks chef John

  • T.J Baquin on April 16, 2012

    sufferin succotash!

  • SilverBaySinger on April 23, 2012

    I hope you were using all organic corn and other vegetables because about 7/8 of our corn products and other food products are now GM'ed (genetically modified for all you not paying attention to what's in and on your food) and who's the biggest culprit for all this? Monsanto. Say No to Monsanto and Genetically Engineered food, say yes to all organic, pesticide free food! The pesticides on your food, can go into your system and screw it up!


  • Ban on June 3, 2012

    Wonder how this would taste with black bean?

  • Gamer_Rade on July 16, 2012

    But I want super powers and I'm scared of spiders…

  • MaryE MCLea on September 20, 2013


  • bus114 on November 16, 2013

    Next summer I'll make it with corn from the cob. But I just made it with canned niblets and it was very good. By the way, I used red kidney beans because I hate the look of white beans.

  • Justin on July 29, 2014

    Good example of American cuisine. Corn, beans, and bell peppers are native to the New World, plus what's more American than BBQ sauce?

  • Mike Bauer on June 5, 2016

    Just made and had this. Yes, let it sit and come together for a few hours, although a fresh sample is good also. A surprise! Quite good … elements come together really well. It'll be a player in our summer rotation … and won't have any drawbacks of mayo or creamy salads in the warm weather. Used fresh corn; I see comment below about canned niblets which may be neater than stripping corn cobs.

  • Melissa Behringer on February 25, 2018

    Really? You are still trying to lose fingertips shaving corn that way? Please be responsible with your knife skills!

  • April K on July 23, 2018

    This was a huge hit at my garden party! So good and so simple. Raw sweet corn is a must. I used a smokey BBQ sauce. Overnight is best. I could have eaten it all, but restrained myself and saved it for my guests.

  • Mary Sanchez on May 25, 2019

    I've made a cold dip based on corn niblets for years, and people in the offices where I worked would ask for the recipe. Honestly, it was just three ingredients. Plain Greek yogurt, medium chunky picante sauce, and corn niblets. I dunked the niblets into hot water, drained and patted them dry, then added them to the bowl! His recipe is easy-peasy, too! Maybe I should make some and add white beans or chickpeas, as he did. More protein.

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