Pressure Cooker Corn On The Cob is so darn easy to make, you won’t believe that you have not tried it sooner. I will tell you this, after scouring the internet trying to find some HELP for making pressure cooker corn on the cob, I gave up, used my electric pressure cooker knowledge and created the most simple recipe possible.
Pressure cooker corn on the cob will deliver you fully developed, rich taste, and the ability to slather butter on it as it steams with warmth upon removal from the pressure cooker.
I believe that picnics, parties, celebrations, holidays, tailgating and birthdays all go better with corn on the cob, but it usually labor intensive and never yields the same results. What I can tell you is that using an electric pressure cooker to create corn on the cob will have you lavishly living your parties and food out loud. No more guessing if you under-cooked or overcooked corn on the cob because electric pressure cooking is always consistent!
What You Need To Know
Pressure cooker corn on the cob is as easy as 1 cup of water, 2 ears of corn to 10 (depending what you can fit in your cooker), butter, salt and foil trays!
The recipe is not defendant on how many ears of corn you enter into the pressure cooker, so add what you can. Don’t forget, you have to put your steaming rack/tray in so that the corn on the cob does not scorch.
Also, with each batch of corn I created it required 5 minutes to come to pressure and then 2 minutes to cook. While the pressure cooker came to temperature, I did other chores to get ready for parties, etc.
What You Will Need
2 Pieces of Corn to 12 pieces whatever fits in your cooker (peeled, and cleaned and free of silks)
1 Cup of water per 2 minute cooking session
Salt to add at the end
Butter for Corn at end of cooking session
Place steam insert into inner pot. Add your corn, remember if full husks won’t fit, snap them in 2, so you get the maximum out of each batch. Lock the lid onto the pressure cooker. Seal the pressure. Touch Steam and set to 2 minutes, unless yours is a preset. Walk away and do other things. When the cooking session is done, Release Pressure Immediately, remove lid, butter, salt, and repeat procedure until you have all of your corn cooked.
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This is so easy, and the taste is outstanding. Pressure Cooker Corn On The Cob will let you lavishly live corn out loud!
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