The Basics: How To Remove The Milk From Corn Cobs


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The Technique

How To Remove The Milk From Corn Cobs

 Once you have familiarized yourself with the vast selection of fresh corn varieties available, all sorts of wonderfully delicious recipes such as Charred Sweet Corn-Jalapeño Muffins, Grilled Corn & Tomato Salad or Shrimp & Sweet Corn Buttermilk Fritters may be prepared for lovely summer meals. However, to get to the root of many southern classics, removing the corn kernels before cooking & capturing the milk is necessary. It’s a straightforward procedure that many be achieved rather quickly. Learn how to complete this effortless process, then get ready to make some of these traditional recipes in your very own kitchen. 

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 How To Remove The Milk From Corn Cobs 

Many recipe applications require the removal of the corn kernels as well as capturing the milk which adds extra sweet flavor to simple sides & main dishes. It’s an effortless procedure & one that should be accomplished before the corn is cooked. Do not expect a fluid liquid to release but rather a mixture of matter that includes the remaining kernels from the cobs & the sweet nectar from the produce.


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First, remove the husks & the silks, pop off the extra portion of the stalks from the ends. Use a clean dish towel to rub the ears free of any additional silks that may be clinging to the kernels. Place an ear of corn upright in a shallow bowl & slice away the kernels from top to bottom in sections. Complete the process around the entire cob. Using the back of a chef knife, push the milk from the cob into the bowl applying the same technique, top to bottom & completing the process in sections. Repeat the procedure with the remaining ears of corn. Use as directed according to specific recipe instructions.

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