Sweetcorn is a great vegetable – most people love it. Full of Vitamins A and C, it is not only tasty but extremely good for you! I'm not averse to using a bit of tinned sweetcorn sometimes, as it does taste OK, but I'd like you to buy some corn on the cob and have a go at removing the kernels of corn yourself. It's very easy; just tear the husk off, then run a knife downwards to remove the kernels – it's definitely worth doing this to experience the sweetness and vibrancy of flavour. Sweetcorn is best served simply. It is massively in love with butter, has tendencies to flirt with the chilli family and loves a bit of bittersweet orange zest...
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 185kcal
- Carbs 16.3g
- Sugar 2.2g
- Fat 10.9g
- Saturates 1.5g
- Protein 4.0g
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