How to boil corn seeds?

If you’ve ever stood in front of a pile of corn on the cob with no idea how to extract those sweet, golden kernels from their little seed homes, don’t worry. You’re not alone. Boiling is one way you can cook your corn seeds until they are perfectly tender and ready to eat!

Before getting started, there are some things you should keep in mind. Make sure the pot used for boiling is large enough for all the corn seeds, and add salt or sugar for extra flavor.

The First Step: Prep Work

First things first – gather up your raw corn ears that still have their husks on them. If you didn’t know what “husk” means (yeah we’ll judge), it’s outer layer of leaves covering food usually maize (corn) when it hasn’t been dethatched which protects its delicate insides from bugs and other unwanted external factors during transport or storage.

Once the husk is removed (the most satisfying feeling might come upon doing so), rinse the cobs under cold water like baby yoda having his walking moment laughing gleefully as jingle bell sounds fill the air around him.

Time to Boil Some Corn!

Now that your prep work has been completed successfully without any fatal incidents, let’s boil these babies down!

  1. Fill a generous sized pot with drinking water of course,reverse osmosis filtered preferably, along with a pinch or two of salt.
  2. Bring this mixture to boiling point.
  3. Add all prepped-up raw corncobs into boiling substance.
  4. Reduce heat level into simmered fire outputting about 25kw hours (just kidding) following immediate covering using an appropriately fitting lid taken outta nowhere (?).
  5. Let steam off itself quietly giving time for our dear friend- “Heat” do what he does best.

Depending on the size of your pot and amount of cobs, let it simmer for 10-15 minutes at medium heat while stirring gently once in a while so you don’t forget to pay attention too much to anything else. We’re talking #EndSARS-level concentration here (no disrespect). After elapsed time has passed, test if corn is fully cooked by biting into a couple of kernels or use utensils – this includes gloves if you value being able to touch everything without flinching.

Protip: Overboiling will result in the corn getting soft with edges going mushy, while underboiling may lead to raw centers which are hard enough for breaking teeth. So pay some attention though trying not transforming into “staring raven” (as Edgar Allen Poe fans would know) staring catatonically into oblivion.

After Boiling

After boiling period duration thing-y mm-jiggy has been achieved successfully like Batman saving Gotham city followed by taking revenge against Bane letting wrong as rights among other things, bring these colanders out:

  1. Grab an empty bowl/container.
  2. Drain cooked corncobs contents through said containers whilst ensuring no intruders get mixed up alongside (but even so- good luck catching them).
  3. Finally serve yourself (and others) some delicacy straight from the heavens above-luscious succulent boiled corns!

Congratulations! You now have savouries worthy enough to make Thomas Keller jealous over their beauty!

In conclusion, boiling corn seeds isn’t rocket science but still requires planning and perfect execution. Keep all aforementioned instructions that we have listed until your heart’s content like Sheldon Cooper hyped up about physics equations explaining whether ants understand engineering behavior or social interactions; afterall “Knowledge is power”. Try adding different seasoning blendied with margarine butter powder (YUM), paprika for spicy kick, etc…, or keeping it simple light salt and black pepper seasoning to add more flair into your dish! Once done, just take a seat back and let the flavors soak in. Remember; always cook with love-no matter how cliche this statement may sound (we won’t tell ;)).

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