Did you know Silk® has a ton of recipes, like this Tarte à la lime des Keys?

Did you know Silk® has a ton of recipes, like this Tarte à la lime des Keys?

Une consommation élevée de fructose favoriserait le diabète

Une consommation élevée de fructose favoriserait le diabète

Utilisez une brosse à dents propre pour enlever les fils de soie des épis de maïs.

Utilisez une brosse à dents propre pour enlever les fils de soie des épis de maïs.

Corn De-silker | Every week Real Simple shares six smart problem-solving products. Here are the 40 most popular gadgets according to our Pinterest followers.

Corn De-silker | Every week Real Simple shares six smart problem-solving products. Here are the 40 most popular gadgets according to our Pinterest followers.

Tout Pratique.com - Trucs et astuces pour la maison (nettoyage, rangement, jardin, santé, loisirs, voiture...)

Tout Pratique.com - Trucs et astuces pour la maison (nettoyage, rangement, jardin, santé, loisirs, voiture...)

Grilling Corn with George Foreman   George Foreman Grill to grill some ears of sweet corn.  Step 1) Remove from husk. De-silk.   Step 2) Brush with olive oil. Sprinkle with Kosher salt and cracked black pepper.   Step 3) Set grill to 375 °F. Cover and grill for 5 minutes, horizontally (that is, at 90 ° to the griddle ridges)   Step 4) Rotate the ears, and turn vertically into the grooves. Grill another 3 minutes.

Grilling Corn with George Foreman George Foreman Grill to grill some ears of sweet corn. Step 1) Remove from husk. De-silk. Step 2) Brush with olive oil. Sprinkle with Kosher salt and cracked black pepper. Step 3) Set grill to 375 °F. Cover and grill for 5 minutes, horizontally (that is, at 90 ° to the griddle ridges) Step 4) Rotate the ears, and turn vertically into the grooves. Grill another 3 minutes.

Works perfectly!  Removing the husk and silk from an ear of corn is a chore, and a “corn de-silker” gadget that we tested proved to be a bust. But now we’ve found a better way: A short stint in the microwave and a quick shake are all it takes to cleanly slide off the corn husk and silk. The cob will heat up a bit, but the kernels won’t be cooked.

Works perfectly! Removing the husk and silk from an ear of corn is a chore, and a “corn de-silker” gadget that we tested proved to be a bust. But now we’ve found a better way: A short stint in the microwave and a quick shake are all it takes to cleanly slide off the corn husk and silk. The cob will heat up a bit, but the kernels won’t be cooked.

corn de-silker

corn de-silker

Classic Carrot Layer Cake with Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

Classic Carrot Layer Cake with Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

How-to Shuck Corn

How-to Shuck Corn

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