Introduction: How to Easily Peel Corn on the Cob (Grilled Corn and Garlic Butter) - Food Hack

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I’m going to show you a simple way to peel corn and a great garlic butter grilled corn.

We have all been there, we’ve cooked our corn and when you peel it, you end up picking off all the hairs left behind.

This food tip will leave you with perfectly hairless corn.

Step 1: To Start Off, You Need to Cook the Corn.

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Cook in the microwave for 4 minutes.

Add an extra minute for each cob of corn you’re cooking.

Cooking corn with the husks still on allows the corn to steam and I find it locks in all the flavour.

Step 2: Now That the Corn Is Cooked, All You Have to Do Is Cook Off the End With a Knife.

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Holding the top of the corn squeezes out the cob of corn.

By doing it this way all the hair is held at the top and the corn comes out nice and clean.

Step 3: I Won’t Leave You Without a Recipe for This Beautiful Freshly Cooked Corn.

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Push a skewer into the base of the corn.

Step 4: We Are Going to Make Grilled Corn With Garlic Butter.

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We are going to make Grilled corn with garlic butter.

First, finely chop one clove of garlic before adding to a bowl.

Then 100g of butter. • Add some chopped chives.

Season with salt and pepper.

Next, Microwave for 20 seconds.

Mix all together.

Step 5: Grill the Corn on All Sides for 1 to 2 Minutes.

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Step 6: Bush on the Garlic Butter and There You Have It!

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An easy way to peel corn and a great recipe for Grilled corn with garlic butter.

This simple trick means you’ll never have to pick hairs off your corn ever again.

Comments

PhilipH88 (author)2017-12-04

Fabulous. I love it. Simple, effective, and time saving. Can't ask for anything more.

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