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Monday, May 28, 2012

Boiled Corn on the Cob

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Summer doesn't officially begin till middle of next month but it does feel like summer already. I am transitioning one from of my least favorite season to another.. Spring because I can't step outside without getting attacked by Pollen and Summer because it gives me nasty Skin rashes. :(.

I probably will have to sail through Summer drinking cold smoothies, slushes and eating corn. And nothing screams summer like corn. I am seeing corn everywhere I go. And boiling these summery corn till they are juicy and tender is how I like mine.


Ingredients:
  • 6 Sweet Corn, with few layers of husks intact
  • 2 Tbsp Salt
  • 1/2 Tbsp Sugar
  • A big pot of water
Procedure:
  • Bring the water to a roiling boil. Add salt, sugar and stir.
  • Dunk the corn in the water. The water should almost cover the corns.
  •  Lid the pan and cook for 10 minutes. Turn the corn midway.
  • Remove the corn from the pan and plate it. Once its warm enough to be handled remove the husks and silk.
  • Stick the corn holders on each side and sink your teeth into splendid juicy corn. 


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17 comments:

  1. Love corn and those holders look so cute!..hope you get to enjoy the spring soon..:)

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  2. Such a cool post and fun way of boiling corn.

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  3. This is my fav...I don't add sugar but will try it next time:)
    Looks lovely!!

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  4. i loce corn on cob...we make it often!...u know u can roast the soaked ones on a grill...those come out yummy too!

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  5. Love that corn holder gadgets, wish to have this boiled corn for my evening snacks.

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  6. lovely clicks..n like the way u have boiled them..n ya those corn holders r new to me..they look damn neat!

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  7. Love the images. The corn looks so vibrant.

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  8. That corn looks super fresh and loved the clicks. Yummy corn on the cob recipe.

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  9. I've never boiled them with the husk and silk on - I usually peel them before I boil them. Is it easier to peel when you cook them with?

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  10. Cant get more healthier than this. Satiating!!
    First time visitor to your blog & must say its highly impressive.You have some great recipes with awesome clicks.
    Happy to follow you - do drop by
    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  11. @Chef Mirelle: Yes, it is a lot easier to peel after you boil them. The silk and husks cling together making it easy to peel them in one or two swipes.

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  12. @Shweta: Welcome to my space.Thanks for stopping by.

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  13. very vibrant n colorful corn. I usually microwave the corn.

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