Best Way To Make Corn On the Cob

Corn on the cob is a lifelong pleasure. Sweet kernels with butter and salt are one of the most delicious sides.

After cooking corn on the cob, you can nibble into it. But cooked corn pairs well with many other foods. Cut the kernels off the cob and add them to pasta, green salads, cornbread, or muffins.

Peel the husks

This practice requires peeling and removing the husks from each ear of corn, unlike grilled corn.

Place corn on a heated cast-iron skillet.

Cast iron pans maintain heat better than other cookware, so they're ideal for preparing corn on the cob without a barbecue. Heat a big cast iron pan on medium-high for 3–5 minutes until extremely hot.

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Char the corn

Turn the corn every few minutes to have it roasted evenly. Cooking time will vary. 

Season with butter & salt

Rub heated corn with softened butter and flaky sea salt after removing it from the pan.  You've got yummy corn on the cob without grilling or boiling.