Corn- on- the -cob

1
B. Crysel

By
@MissBee

This is so yummy and easy that you won't believe it until you try it!
P.S. This is only for people who like corn on the cob :-))

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
any #
Prep:
2 Hr
Cook:
10 Min

Ingredients

How to Make Corn- on- the -cob

Step-by-Step

  1. Wrap terry dsh towel around each ear of corn.
    Place in a sink filled w/cold water. Leave in sink for at least 1 hr. (I have left it in there all day!)
    Remove terry towel wrapped ear(s)of corn, twist ends of towel to get enough of the water out so it doesn't drip on the way to your microwave oven. Place terry dish towel wrapped corn in microwave. Zap for a few mins. I zap one ear of corn for 7 mins. Some do it for less time and some do it longer...
    Remove ear of corn from microwave (BE CAREFUL..it will be HOT). Place ear of corn in empty sink to cool down. When it's cool enough to handle, unwrap.
    Now pull the shucks down leaving in tact, silks will come off very easily. Now you have a fabulous steamed ear of corn w/a handle!! Put whatever you like on the ear of corn (olive oil, butter, S & P, seasonings, etc.). Now eat and enjoy!!

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About Corn- on- the -cob

Course/Dish: Vegetables
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Hashtags: #corn #on #time #is #COB



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