Mike's 5 Way Corn On The Cob. Cooked this way, the corn steams in its own juices and absorbs flavor from the husks, resulting in a wonderful, undiluted corn taste. Good question, since corn on the cob comes safely wrapped in its own natural packaging, we don't normally wash it off. But you can microwave it AFTER husking it-that.
Corn on the cob is one of nature's many miracles. Whether grilled or boiled, with butter, chilli, and lime, elote, or Flaming Hot Cheetos, the cob is one of. This corn on the cob is perfect because this corn is perfect. You can cook Mike's 5 Way Corn On The Cob using 5 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Mike's 5 Way Corn On The Cob
- You need of Corn On The Cob.
- Prepare 4 of large Ears Of Corn [de-husked & washed].
- You need 4 of large Absorbant Paper Towels.
- You need 4 of large Pieces Plastic Wrap.
- You need 1 pints of Whole Milk.
I just try not to screw it up. Boiling corn on the cob in Milk and Butter is the best way to cook corn on the cob! Drain corn and brush with melted butter, then season with salt and pepper. Cook tender corn in a skillet to give it a crisp texture.
Mike's 5 Way Corn On The Cob step by step
- Use only young, fresh ears of corn..
- Wash and de-husk corn ears..
- IF MICROWAVING CORN ON THE COB: Wrap individually in thick, milk soaked paper towels. [milk brings out the sweetness of the corn].
- Following that, wrap in plastic wrap though corn will still cook well without it if need be..
- Microwave approximately 5 minutes depending upon your microwave strength..
- IF BOILING EARS OF CORN, add 1 1/2 cups whole milk to your water for sweet and delicious corn on the cob every time! Boil 10 minutes after full boil and allow to float until served! Watch fluid though! Milk tends to foam and overflow!.
- IF COOKING IN A CROCK POT: Coat cobs with salted butter or olive oil and season to taste. Wrap in tinfoil making certain there are no leaks. Do this by pinching ends together down the center, folding in your right and left side, then roll up cob tightly..
- Place in crock pot on high for 4 to 5 hours or until soft..
- Some seasoning ideas to add to corn before grilling, crock potting, baking or grilling are: — Sea Salt & Pepper: Brush corn with butter or olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. — Chili Lime: Brush corn ears with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Drizzle with lime juice [a lime half has enough juice for 2-3 ears], sprinkle with chili powder, [hot or mild according to your preference] and a smidgen of ground cumin. — Fresh Herbs: Brush corn with butter or olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Chop a fresh herb or combination of herbs and sprinkle on corn. — Curry Coconut: Brush corn with coconut milk, [instead of olive oil] and season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle on curry powder and a smidgen of garlic powder. — Pesto: Spread corn with prepared pesto. [no additional seasoning is needed] — Sriracha: Spread corn with Sriracha or any other hot chili sauce. [no additional seasoning is needed] Courtesy of the good folks at, "AYummyLife.com.".
- FOR GRILLING AND BAKING: The foil-wrapped ears can also be grilled over medium-high heat for approximately 20 minutes, rotating them periodically. Or, bake them in the oven at 350° for approximately 30 minutes wrapped in butter or olive oil in tinfoil and any additional seasonings. There are countless options. Just read the picture reviews! You'll surly find something that suits you!.
Today I am showing you how to boil your corn. You should put it in when it is room temperature so it doesn't cool down your boiling water. Water pressure inside the kernel makes it pop. Inside each kernel of popcorn is a little bit of water. As you heat the popcorn, the water turns to steam.