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Wow this was good!!! I was looking for a new way to cook corn on the cob- It was soooo sweet and tender. I cooked it for a little longer (10 min)- and only made 2 cobs of corn instead of 12. We will be having this again soon. Thanks so much for sharing!
This was great! This would work good with corn that isn't so fresh and may have lost some of it's sweetness. I usually roast my corn on the grill, but my husband wasn't here to help me with it so I wanted a way to cook them on the stovetop. I left the butter out of the water and served it with the corn. Thanks!
Butter salt and pepper that's it ??
Corn on the cob , you should husk the corn not shuck the corn todays amazing sweet corns needs very little if you know when the corn is matured enough to be ripe and excellent . Some people grill it some people deep fry corn . I prefer boiling the corn and use salt pepper and brush with olive oil
A truly amazing way to prepare corn on the cob and I really didn't think this would make ANY difference. <br/><br/>I purposely purchased 8 fresh ears of corn - all were just being unloaded at the grocery store and all came from the same batch. I prepared 4 ears my "previous" standard way and 4 using BeckyF's recipe. OMG - nothing to compare. The corn prepared using Becky's recipe was outstanding and bursting with genuine fresh sweet corn flavor! My version - blah in comparison. I highly recommend this recipe!!
Great recipe. Love the sweetness that the ingredients bring. Thanks for posting.
I always wondered how the Fast Food Joints have that corn so sweet and ready... Wow. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
Super!! My favorite way to cook corn on the cob. We find no need for butter, S & P, or anything additional. Careful~~the pot will boil over easily with the milk.
Was nice and tender although a little soggier cooking this way. Thanks for sharing!
Too soggy for us! The corn was waterlogged!