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Corn on the cob. Cooking corn, buttering & make it sweet

When boiling corn on the cob, add a pinch of sugar to help bring out the corns natural sweetness.

Looking for a new way to cook your corn? Instead of husking your corn, leave the husks on and bake in the oven at 350 degrees for about half an hour. Little prep time and the family just loves it!

You can end up in such a mess whilst buttering corn, so read on for a few simple yet great solutions of buttering your corn:

When you are cooking corn on the cob, or corn that you have cut off the cob, be sure never to add salt to your water that you are cooking in. The salt added to the water makes the corn tough and not as tasty.
  • A great way to butter corn with less mess is to butter a slice of bread and move the bread all over the corn.

  • Melt some butter in a bowl and pour the butter over your corn with a spoon.

  • Put a patty of butter on your plate and roll the corn in the butter for good eating all summer!

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