Recipe Tips

How to Remove Corn Kernels from the CobCut off the tip from the cob to flatten the end. Stand the cob upright on the flat end. Using a very sharp knife, cut downward, removing 3 or 4 rows of corn at a time.

Other Ways to Roast CornEars of corn can also be cooked on the grill, in a cast iron skillet or under the broiler.

SubstituteSubstitute 1 large red pepper for the poblano chile.

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Nutrition Information

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories

    150

  • Total Fat

    6g

  •    Saturated Fat

    2g

  • Cholesterol

    10mg

  • Sodium

    300mg

  • Total Carbohydrate

    25g

  •    Dietary Fiber

    3g

  •    Total Sugars

    7g

  •       Includes Added Sugars

    n/a

  • Protein

    4g

  • Vitamin A

    6%DV

  • Vitamin C

    25%DV

  • Vitamin D

    n/a

  • Calcium

    2%DV

  • Iron

    4%DV

  • Potassium

    n/a

  • n/a indicates that data is not available

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