3 Corn Recipes for this Summer - Corn on the cob 3 different ways

Corn on the cob is a classic summer dish that is loved by people of all ages. It's easy to prepare and can be customised in various ways to suit different taste preferences. In this blog, we will explore 3 different ways to prepare corn on the cob that are not only delicious but also simple and easy to make. These recipes are perfect for summer barbeques, picnics, or even as a quick and healthy snack.

What is corn on the cob?

Corn on the cob is a classic summer dish made by cooking whole ears of sweet corn, still in their husks, over heat until the kernels are tender and juicy. The corn is typically boiled, roasted, or grilled, and is often served with butter, salt, and other seasonings. Corn on the cob is a popular dish in many cultures, including in the United States, Mexico, and India. It is a great source of dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and can be a healthy addition to any meal.


Quick and Easy  corn on the cob

Corn on the cob is not only delicious, but it is also incredibly versatile and easy to prepare. The unique texture and flavor of corn make it an excellent base for a variety of different recipes. What's more, corn is a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making it a healthy addition to any meal. One of the great things about corn on the cob recipes is that they are usually quick and easy to make, which means you can have a delicious and healthy meal or snack in no time. From classic buttered corn on the cob to more creative recipes like Mexican street corn and grilled corn salad, there is a corn on the cob recipe out there for everyone. Whether you're grilling, boiling, or roasting your corn, there are endless possibilities when it comes to preparing this classic summer dish.


How to make Corn on the Cob 3 ways 

  1. Add milk, water and salt into a ceramic non-stick sauteuse. Let it come to a boil and add 3 corn cobs into it. Let them boil for 15 minutes, covered.  
  2. Once boiled, heat a cast iron grill pan and add butter into it. Grill the corn cobs onto the pan until they are nicely charred and have grill marks. 
  3. For the classic Indian masala, mix all the dry spice powders and sprinkle it on the top of the grilled corn. Squeeze a lemon generously on top of the corn and serve it hot.
  4. For the chilli herb butter, add the coriander leaves, basil, green chillies and black salt into a master chopper, with some butter and grind it till finely chopped. Apply it generously on a grilled corn and let it spread as the butter melts. 
  5. For the chilli garlic one, add softened butter, chilli flakes, chopped garlic and salt. Mix it to a soft paste and apply it on a grilled corn using a pastry brush. Squeeze a lemon over for more taste and serve it hot.  

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Expert Tips

  1. Make sure the corn is completely boiled because raw corn can be harmful for the stomach.
  2. The chilli herb butter needs to be made with softened butter as melted butter won't let the herbs mix properly.
  3. Lemon over all the corn, works as a great flavour additive.


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