How to Remove the Corn Kernels in Minute | 3 Easy Methods to Remove the Corn Kernels

How to Remove the Corn Kernels in Minute | 3 Easy Methods to Remove the Corn Kernels
Hello Everyone,
        Sweetcorn is one of my favorite summertime vegetables. There’s nothing quite like its sweet taste, but there’s nothing quite as messy, either, especially when you cut it off the cob. Between the Corn’s juice squirting across the table, and the kernels jumping off your plate, this work takes some skill or a few simple tricks to make it easier. Here are three easy methods/ways to tame your flying corn kernels this summer.

          If you are looking for the easiest and fastest way to remove the corn kernels, then you came to the right place. Below are the methods that I find works best, quickest, and without external technology. Look for ears of Corn with the firm, fresh husks that hold tightly to the corn and corn kernels.
Watch the video to get a better understanding of this process.
Video Tutorial:

Things You Will Need:
  • Corns
  • Spoon
Instructions:
  • Remove husks and silk from fresh ears of Corn and rinse thoroughly.​

1st Method:
  • Split the Corn into two.
  • Take 1 part and circularly pluck the corn kernels.
  • After 1st row, subsequent rows are easy to pluck.

2nd Method:
  • Split the Corn into two.
  • Take 1 part and pluck any two lines of kernel vertically till the end.
  • Use thumb to push the other row of Corn in the row of Corn that you have removed.

3rd Method:
  • Use the end of the spoon and pierce it in between the corn line and remove one of the lines of Corn.

  • Then use a thumb to push the other line of Corn in the direction of the line of Corn that you have removed. 
  • You can see that the Corn is coming out very quickly.

Recipes with Fresh Corn:
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