Perfect Corn on the Cob
With the 4th of July just around the corner, what better time to make sure your recipe box is stocked with the perfect corn on the cob recipe. Let’s start with the basics — do you know how to make perfect corn on the cob? It’s a breeze!
It starts with the perfect corn. Pick the best corn by first peeling away the husk. Look for juicy and plump kernels that are firm but not hard. You’ll want the corn silk to be moist and stiffish, without being too funky from sitting around in bins for too long.
To cook the corn, follow this recipe!
Corn on the Cob
Prep time: 5 minutes Total cooking time: 10 minutes
Rule Number 1: Do not overcook the corn.
Directions: Bring a large pot to boil. Remove husks and corn silk from 5 to 6 ears of corn. Drop corn into boiling water. Return to boil. Cover, turn off heat, and remove after 5 minutes. Add butter and seasoning to taste.