COOKING VIDEO: How To Remove Corn From The Cob
It’s easy to remove corn kernels from the cob with a sharp chef’s knife.
But if you use a tube pan or bundt pan to anchor the ear, it’s even easier.
You’ll find the technique in the video below so useful, we bet you’ll be making corn salad or fresh corn salsa through the end of corn season. Start with this delicious recipe…and one more tip: To remove the silk from the corn, just use a wet paper towel.
CORN SALSA RECIPE
Make lots—you’ll love it! Beyond a chip dip, this salsa is delicious with grilled fish and poultry. It also couldn’t be easier: Just dice and mix. That’s it. This recipe makes about 3 cups; 4 cups if beans are added.
1. Combine all ingredients.
2. You can serve immediately, but the flavors will come together if you let it sit for a few hours (cover and refrigerate).