Here is a dead-simple recipe for steaming corn in an Instant Pot – you don’t even have to shuck the husks off of the corn! I’m serious. This Instant Pot corn recipe is so easy, we can barely even call it a recipe. Not having to shuck corn, no cleanup, and just serve the corn on the cob how you like it!
I love corn on the cob. I hate shucking it. Seriously, who wants to deal with this?:
In any case, when I was single, I tried using the utility room next to the building incinerator which had a huge garbage bin so I could avoid becoming entangled with strings. But no matter where I shucked, the strands of corn silk followed me around. Like glitter. It never really goes away… a little bit like my ex! But guess what? I found an easy way to unshuck it…
Enter the Instant Pot. Of course.
Try this method. It’s a game-changer.
And check out Instant PotHolder for handling the corn when it’s hot. This 3-in-1 accessory is a potholder, a trivet, and a jar opener. And it has a non-slip rubber surface. Best of all? It’s proudly Made in the USA.
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3-Minute Instant Pot Corn – Unshuck Yourself!
Corn on the Cob: No Shucking Necessary. 3 minutes and your done!
- Prep Time: 1 minute
- Cook Time: 3 minutes
- Total Time: 4 minutes
- Yield: 1 corn on the cob
- Category: Side dish
- Method: Instant Pot
- Cuisine: American
- Unshucked Ears of corn – as many as will fit in your Instant Pot
- 1 cup water or vegetable stock
- Cut the ends off of the corn while leaving the husks on
- Add cup of water or vegetable stock
- Place the trivet in the IP and place the ears of corn on trivet.
- Close lid and turn valve to seal
- Steam setting: 3 minutes and do a Quick Release
- Remove ears of corn and the husk simply falls away!
Top with salt and pepper or butter… or any other seasoning of your choice.
0 Weight Watchers Points without butter
Keywords: Corn, corn on the cob, instant pot corn recipe
There are several options, and all of the IP’s are great, but these are the ones I’ve used and are listed below. (I have the Mini 3 quart which I bought initially and use it to make side dishes while I use my 6-quart Duo60 for larger meals.)