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How to boil corn. Corn must be in milk because it is best for boiling.
Peel the corn on the cobs and mustache, then line the bottom of a pot with the cobs, put the corn cobs, and put a few more bunches on them.
Pour enough water over them to cover them and put them to boil, with a lid, on the right heat.
Boil for about 1 hour or until the beans penetrate easily with a fork.
Serve hot, sprinkled with salt to taste.
How to boil corn correctly! All housewives need to know these tricks
Corn is a favorite of many during the summer. However, not everyone knows how to cook corn correctly to be as delicious as possible. Of course, everyone knows certain methods of cooking this food. However, housewives need to know the methods below. Corn will be delicious if you follow the tips below.
First of all, the gloves will be removed. A few will be kept to be placed in the container in which the corn will boil. The silk must be removed from them.
Place some of the cloths on the bottom of the container in which you will boil the corn. The other part will be used after putting the corn in the pot.
After the corn is cleaned, it will be put in the pot in which it will boil. To enter the container, it is recommended that it be broken in half. This way it will sit much better in the pot. After placing the corn in the container, cover with the remaining breadcrumbs. Put water over all these ingredients. Then place a plate on top to keep the corn under water.
Put the pot on the fire and, when it starts to boil, turn it to medium to low heat. Boil the corn for half an hour. When ready, leave to cool. It can be eaten with salt if you are allowed to eat salt. It's good warm. To keep it in good condition, it will be kept in the water in which it boiled.
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burdulea maria elena (Chef de cuisine), July 18, 2011
Yes, that's how grandma boiled the cone in this way. Thank you all very much for your comments.
Manolovici Eugen (Chef de cuisine), July 16, 2011
I vote for the comment made by my friend.
constanta proca (Chef de cuisine), August 4, 2010
friend (Chef de cuisine), July 24, 2010
Before boiling, place on the bottom of the pot and on top of the corn, tender young leaves on the cobs. Then boil. The joy of children can be eaten during the play break. Mniam, mniam!
3 corn effect recipes for carp fishing
Carp corn recipe Photo: www.crapmania.ro
Corn is one of the most used baits for carp fishing, regardless of its preparation. Therefore, in this article we will present some very effective recipes, with which you can be successful in catching this fish.
Corn can be prepared in a wide variety of ways. Thus, we are talking about the preserved one, in combination with various flavors, the dry one, drilled and inserted on the hair or even about the one in milk, recently picked. All these ways of preparing corn have their utility, depending on the type of fishing chosen.
Frozen corn is an easy solution for preserving this cereal and keeping it for as long as possible. All you have to do is clean the fresh and raw corn without breaking the grains. After that, put them in small bags and put them in the fridge. They can be used all year round, but you should know that once thawed, you cannot freeze them again. Therefore, do not take too many frozen berries for a fishing trip, as you risk being left with them unused and you will have to throw them away afterwards.
For starters we will refer to corn in milk, which is a bait widely used for all carps. The grains can be introduced directly into the milk and can be placed on the hook and / or on the rig, with the same success. However, many anglers opt for rigs.
Dried corn kernels are drilled in winter and stored in various oils, such as hemp or fish, along with attractants, to preserve their flavors. With the arrival of spring, these berries will be more fragrant and softer, increasing your chances of a successful carp catch.
There are also several ways to prepare corn for carp swimming. According to one of them, the corn must be soaked in sugar, molasses, attractants and flavors, after which it will be left to ferment for half a day. Also, make sure that the corn is completely covered with water. One week after it is ready, it can be used with excellent results as bait. why is sugar or molasses used? The answer is simple: these ingredients have the role of helping corn to ferment a little faster.
Depending on the season, some recipes that can be used to make corn are more effective than others. Here are some of them, depending, as we have already mentioned, on the season.
So, in the spring you can try the following. Soak about five kilograms of dried corn in a ten-liter bucket. Over the corn, add water, half a kilogram of molasses, a little salt, attractants (depending on the preferences and recommendations of the producers), 10 milligram spirulina, amino acids (according to the producers' recommendations) and half a kilogram of brandy. Regarding attractants and amino acids, it is advisable to document yourself before deciding to use something without knowing the implications.
Finally, the hook grains must be pre-drilled with a drill and kept in dips made of attractants, amino acids and brandy, in the concentrations you want.
Also in spring, but in slightly colder water conditions you can opt for another recipe. Also five kilograms of dried corn are combined with garlic powder (around 50 grams), garlic flavor, a little pepper oil, about 500 grams of molasses, salt, attractive spice and spirulina. After 12 hours from soaking, the mixture will boil for a maximum of 20 minutes, after which it can be used.
In summer, corn will be combined with sweet fruit flavors, depending on the concentration recommended by the producers, 500-600 grams of molasses, amino acids (preferably strawberry-based), sweet attractants and spirulina. The results obtained with this recipe are really exceptional.
Also in summer, you can opt for another bait recipe for carp, which also contains corn. As ingredients, you need a kilogram and a half of corn, 500 grams of wheat, 250 grams of millet, 300 grams of peas, 200 grams of soybeans, 150 milliliters of molasses, 20-30 grams of betaine , 200 milliliters of strawberry flavors and 100 milliliters of CSL.
To make this recipe, you have to put the seeds of wheat, barley and millet soaked in water, which you leave for at least two days. The corn will also be left to soak, but separately and also for two days. It should be noted that the water must be sufficient.
After two days, the corn will boil over low heat until its grains are very soft. It is contraindicated to add sweeteners because this will prolong the cooking process. Soy will be added along the way, in small quantities. Immediately after the cooking, the peas will be added, as well as the molasses, the aroma, the attractants and the CSL, at intervals of 5-10 minutes from each other. Wait about half an hour before applying betaine, then leave the composition for at least 24 hours.
When fishing, throw half of the bait using a rocket. If you are lucky and the fish seem interested, then continue to maintain the bait bed. This strategy is not always valid, so you must take into account the fishing conditions, your own experience, but also the equipment you have.
It is important to mention that the bait you have is enough for a fishing of at least 12 hours and maximum 24.
As for flavors, you can try others other than the one mentioned in the ingredients, but be careful because some flavors are only suitable in autumn and spring, not in summer.
For the bait, the corn in the jar, along with the honey aroma, also gives good results, but not the same as the natural corn and the grains from the mixture you made.
On the lure you can also use polenta, kneaded in the juice from the corn mix, in which you can add seeds from the composition, to make an extra bed. There are important chances that you will have a significant catch, so it is worth a try.
Finally, in autumn you will use five kilograms of corn, with fish or shell flavor, attractants (preferably carp trend), a little salt, 250 grams of molasses and spirulina. This recipe gives results throughout the season.
Alternatively, even canned corn grains, readily available, can be used without problems, with results at least as good as with traditional methods.
Corn recipes for all seasons
Some corn-based recipes can be used regardless of the season. Below we will present some of them.
Start by sorting the corn kernels with a sieve. All the grains that have gone through the sorting process will be placed in a stainless steel bowl, over which water will be placed, about twice as much as the weight of the grains. Some fishermen choose to add flavors (during cooking) such as volatile oils or hemp or anise seeds, to increase the attractiveness of the bait. However, if you do not have these ingredients, you can omit them. What you can't neglect is honey or sugar, which must be added to corn water.
The boiling process will be carried out over low heat, between one and a half and two hours. Careful! The vessel must be covered at all times. Finally, after you consider that enough time has passed, turn off the heat and let the corn kernels cool in the water. Thus, they will swell and will not break. The broken ones are ideal as bait for crucian or babusca, but not for carp.
As I have already said, volatile oils and honey can be used as flavors. From the point of view of the type of corn indicated for this recipe, there is no variety better than the other, everything remaining at your choice. However, many fishermen choose corn with smoother grains, which can swell better and do not crack.
When placing corn kernels on the hook, keep in mind that it would be ideal not to put more than three grains, but in some cases two may be too many (depending on the hook). Its tip must be free to prevent the carp from stinging.
The hooks are connected to the line with textile threads only 0.25 millimeters thick and maximum 10 centimeters long. Up to five grains can be placed on the wire, in addition to those already placed on the hook. Hulled grains (those in which the skin is removed) have been tested, but do not give the desired results, at least for carp.
Corn beans fried with garlic oil can attract and keep carp in place, but, unfortunately, not many fishermen use this technique, at least in our country, although the results are among the best.
Put the corn in a bucket in which you add enough water to cover the grains with at least one palm or more. You will notice if you put enough water depending on how the corn grains swell. It is totally contraindicated to put tap water, as it is known how clean it is. Better to pay or even from the pond or from the rivers.
As a sweetener, sugar is ideal, but remember not to add more than 100 grams for every kilogram of corn, so a tenth. If you overdo it with sugar, the corn will become hard and will not soften properly, so be careful from this point of view. Alternatively, if you have sweeteners, use them, but only after you have checked the best dosage.
After the corn kernels are swollen, sauté them in a mix fire for at least 60 minutes, the time needed to boil them. To see if they are ready, try them with your fingers at regular intervals. When you think you are ready, take the corn off the heat and let it cool.
Next you have more options. You can remove the berries from the juice and put them separately in a bowl, over which you will add attractants and flavors, or add these ingredients directly over the water in which the beans have boiled. Now it depends on everyone's preferences. Opting for the first option, the corn grains will be added and flavored very well, but choosing the second solution they will spread a more delicate and strong smell. It should be noted that both solutions are equally good, so we can not say that one is more viable than the other.
Regarding the attractants and flavors, there is a wide range of offers on the market, so don't hesitate to ask and you will surely find out what you want.
The third recipe for the preparation of corn grains is one in which a pressure cooker is used, in which a kilogram of corn, 100 grams of sugar and water are included. Boil for about three quarters of an hour from the moment the pot is removed, then remove the lid. Be careful not to eat all the berries, as they are delicious!
Regarding the flavors, it is good to know that they can be added to the pot even before putting it on the fire. For example, strawberry flavors give excellent results, but not only these are recommended. However, you cannot prepare a large amount in a short time, but this is not necessarily an impediment.
Red popcorn in combination with yellow corn can be an ideal bait for carp. In fact, grains of different colors are recommended not only for carp fishing. Also noteworthy is the fact that popcorn can be prepared even using the pressure cooker method, giving the same results as any other type of corn, without exception.
How to boil corn
In a large 6-8 liter pot, put the corn cleaned of breadcrumbs and cook for a few hours (about 3 hours). Fill with water if it falls into the pot. They are very good warm with a little salt.
How to boil corn
When you want to boil frozen corn, put it directly in boiled water or boil it at
While we are cooking the corn
Today, mystery: I took corn, now how much do I boil it? & # 8230 That I can do quite a few things in the kitchen, but I haven't done that before.
I also go to Google like everyone else, to see what others say & # 8211 prefer to tell me how corn changes depending on the boiling. Is it getting stronger? If so, it should be boiled a little, because the berries are soft. It softens? & # 8230 But how much to soften? Does it harden and then soften? Mystery. I have no idea how corn reacts to boiling.
And Google answers the question with corn: Yes.
Me: Yes, what?
Google: Yes, it boils.
Me: Me, I asked you HOW MUCH it boils.
Google: Yes, that's the question.
Ok, it wasn't like that, but I found out that corn boils between 15 minutes and 2 hours. Here are answers with all sorts of intermediate options (it takes up to 3 hours). Eventually I asked my mother, who said something like an hour +.
If anyone knows where these huge time differences come from and wants to share their experiences, it would be great.