July 30th, 2015 03:19:00 pm
Grilled corn on the cob does not mean you have to go out into the heat and use the outdoor grill. You can grill it right on your stovetop. And, the added bonus is that you can use the lid while doing so, and seal in flavor, moisture and nutrients! The lid creates a vapor oven on your stovetop, which means three things:
1) the food cooks very quickly at a very low temperature
2) the moisture is sealed in (in contrast, ovens draw moisture out)
3) the nutrients are locked in due to the low temperature and the fact that you don't need to use any WATER!
Simply pull out your Titanium Grill Pan and lid. To see what this pan looks like, click here. Click on the 11x11 Grill pan photo on this link, which is what I am using in these photos.
Rinse your corn and put it in the pan, and add the lid. You do not need water. Whatever is clinging to it from the rinsing is just enough.
Set your heat to a low temperature. Once you see the moisture forming on the lid, start your time. It takes approximately 5 minutes. You should not disturb it much during this time. You can turn them a time or two, but try to keep the vapor accumulated in the pan by not removing the lid frequently. You will know when they are done by smelling the vapor that is lightly escaping from the subtle vents in the lid. Once that vapor smells like delicious corn, it is ready!
Grilled corn on the cob is delicious even when you don't want to face the heat outside....
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