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Danielle Decker
Danielle Decker • 1 year ago

Never shuck corn again. Cut an inch off the wide end and the corn slips right out...no silks! How did I not know this?!

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Never shuck corn again. Cut an inch off the wide end and the corn slips right out...no silks! How did I not know this?!

Never Shuck Corn Again 1- Get out your corn on the cob and place it in your microwave. Cook the corn on full power for 4 minutes per ear 2- Remove the corn from the microwave using oven mitts and cut about 1 inch off the bottom. 3- Hold the corn up from the opposite and it will easily slide out completely clean.

How to never shuck corn again!

this really does work! Put whole corn, husk and all in the microwave for 4 minutes. Then cut off the end and squeeze corn out. The silks come off with the husk and corn is cooked well. 2 ears for 4 1/2 minutes

Shucking Corn--Clean Ears Everytime

Easy way to shuck corn! To avoid shucking corn and trying to get all of the silk off, just microwave your corn 4-5 minutes in the microwave for one ear; or 10 minutes for 3 ears. The husks keep the moisture in and help steam the corn. Cut an inch off the wide end and the corn slips right out…no silks!

Cooked corn, no shucking....

how to cook and shuck corn

Place corn in a microwave. Up to 4 ears of corn at one time. Microwave on high for 8 minutes. (4 minutes if you cook a single cob) Remove from the microwave (use oven mitts---the corn will be hot). Place on a cutting board.Take a sharp knife and cut the end off - about 1 to 2 inches. Pick the ear of corn up and hold at the top. In a shaking movement, shake downward and the corn will slide out leaving the corn-silk in the husk. Pinner Wrote:This really works and corn is tender!

The Easiest Method for Corn on the Cob! Microwave ears of corn, 4 minutes per ear used. The corn will steam and cook right in the husk. When done, cut about an inch off the bottom of the full husk and ear and then while holding the top, shake the ear of corn out of the bottom. It will be entirely clean of silk!