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8 thoughts on “ Like Boiled - Colin Webster - Its On Like Boiled Corn (CDr)

  1. Excuse me— “boil” corn on the cob? Were you raised by the English?:P To answer the question, corn on the cob that’s left too long on the boil will become mushy and flavorless— might as well cut it off the cob and cream it. The better treatment wo.
  2. Jul 28,  · How to Cook Corn. Corn is a miraculous vegetable. It can be cooked eaten so many different ways. From grilling, to boiling, baking, frying, popping or even steaming, it is sweet and delicious.. It can be eaten on its own, in a salad, topped on pizza, baked into bread, fried into pancakes, paired with cheese lumped into soups and stews. It is truly a verstile ingredient.
  3. Jun 30,  · I steam the corn on the cob. Put just an inch or two of water in the pan, and use a steamer rack or vegetable steamer or heat-safe colander. Bring the water to a boil, lower the corn in and cook it for about 8 minutes or so (covered, so the steam doesn't all .
  4. Not too far off: cherries, berries, zucchini and, perhaps most important, corn. Slathered with butter and sprinkled with salt, corn on the cob is the ultimate side dish for a backyard BBQ.
  5. Jul 18,  · The fresher the sweet corn is, the less time it requires to boil. Bi-color corn, like the one I used in this boiled corn on the cob recipe requires minutes. It is hard to overcook boiled corn. Cooking time also depends on your your personal preference. Some people may like their corn to be soft and others may prefer it hard and crisp.
  6. Bring to a boil. Shuck the corn and cut the cobs in half, then stand the corn halves up, cut-side down, in the steamer. Cover and cook until the kernels are tender, about 4 minutes.
  7. Sep 28,  · Bring the pan to a boil after the time period, and cook the cobs until they are tender, normally 45 minutes at a rolling boil. Drain the corn, season with butter to taste. Related Video.

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