September 03, 2018

The Kitchn: The best way to cook corn on the cob

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Christin Mahrlig opened up about the secret to preparing the most delicious corn, which she found out from her followers.

The Kitchn reported that the recipe involved a simple use of a cup of milk and an entire stick of butter. According to Mahrligh, this recipe does not require any additional salt or butter as it all absorbs into the juicy kernels while they cook.

The most interesting thing about this recipe is that it involves a much-simplified procedure and easy cooking instructions.

The ingredients required for cooking corn using this recipe involved 6 to 8 ears of corn, husks, and silks removed and cut in half, one cup milk, and one stick butter.

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Mahrlig instructed that cooking corn with this recipe required filling a large pot with water, bringing the water to a boil, adding milk and salted butter, throwing in husked corn, reducing heat and simmering the corn.

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Once it is done, the corn can be removed from the cooking liquid and it is ready to be served.

In her article published on Spicy Southern Kitchen, Mahrlig wrote that with this recipe, the corn cooks up flavorful, fresh tasting, and rich. And one does not require any additional butter to enjoy the recipe.

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‘No need to slather butter all over the corn. This corn already has a buttery taste. Just a little salt and pepper and this corn on the cob is ready to go,’ she wrote in her article.

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She informed her readers that some people also add sugar to the recipe. She has observed that if the corn is already sweet enough, it is not necessary to add additional sugar. However, one can still add sugar if they feel that their corn is lacking in flavor.

If you are a fan of corn on the cob, you should love these few other alternative ways of cooking delicious corn recipes.

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