Light a barbecue grill or preheat a grill pan. Brush the corn lightly with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Grill over moderately high heat until charred in spots but still slightly crisp, approximately 7 minutes. Learn How To Grill Corn On The Cob.
Let the corn cool slightly and then cut the kernels from the cobs (Scrape the corn kernels from the ears of corn by using a sharp kitchen knife and a large cutting board. Cut off the stem end to give a flat base. Hold the ear, tip end up, then cut downward, removing a few rows at a time).
In a large bowl, combine the prepared corn, tomatoes, chile pepper, onion, and garlic; set aside.
Prepare the Southwest Dressing. Pour the prepared dressing over the corn salsa mixture. Using a wooden spoon, gently fold the avocado and cilantro into the salsa. Taste and adjust seasonings to your desire.
Either serve as a salad with your dinner or in a bowl surrounded with your favorite salsa chips. Enjoy!
In a small container with a lid, combine chile powder, salt, pepper, lime juice, and honey. Either shake well or combine with a wire whisk.
* Any type of onion may be substituted.
** Chipotle chile powder may be substituted.
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