What methods do you use to peel corn kernels? I looked at the kitchen friends in the kitchen, mostly with the help of kitchen knife scissors. Today, my husband, Mr. Elephant, told me a good way to do it with only one spoon. Convenient and fast, the corn kernels that are peeled off are almost complete, and they are safe and not hurting. Children can also do well. I think it is quite practical~
Prepare a slightly flat spoon with a spoon handle, remove the corn, and pick it up (I am lazy, don't pick the corn, or take it off, look clean...)
Hold the corn with the small head facing up and insert the bottom of a corn with a spoon handle as shown in the picture. (Today's hand model is Mr. Elephant, also the presenter of this method~)
In the direction of this column of corn, the spoon sticks to the roots of the corn kernels, squats down, carefully knocking down the corn.
Peel a row of corn, then you can smash the other adjacent corn kernels by hand.
When you are squatting, the force goes downwards, try to keep the corn kernel intact and protect the corn germ.
The rest of the corn is smashed in turn, so that the corn poles are clean.
If the corn kernel does not eat on the same day, find a clean food bag and put it in the freezer. It can be kept for a long time. After that, you can use it to make soup and make pizza.
Go home! Thank you for the kitchen's affirmation to me~~
The corn season is coming! It is also great to store more corn!