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How do you cook corn in the best way possible???

asked by a Whole Foods Market Customer almost 2 years ago
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Sam1148

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added almost 2 years ago

You won't find really good corn on the cob this of the year. Frozen off cob is decent alternative. Butter, a bit of water or stock, some black pepper is my go to for bagged frozen.

Waffle3
added almost 2 years ago


A more topical answer than mine certainly though you can apply the same principle to IQF (frozen) corn by thawing it very gently then rapidly bringing up the heat.

Open-uri20121010-19560-7ckhkl-0
added almost 2 years ago

Agre with ChefOno - my grandfather used to have corn fields and there was nothing better than a freshly shucked cob of raw sweet corn.

Beyond that, butter + salt = heaven. Or in succotash. Or in chili. Or in black bean salsa. Or in cornbread.