Grilled corn completer with husk
Clean And Shuck Corn With Help From Your Microwave
Cleaning and shucking corn is nobody’s favorite job due to the effort required to remove the husks and silk from the corn and the mess of loose silk threads in your kitchen.
Using a microwave makes this task much easier. Begin by chopping off the corn’s stem about an inch from the bottom, then place it in the microwave and cook for one to two minutes.
Once cooked, remove the corn using a kitchen towel or oven mitt. Hold the ear from the uncut end and squeeze. The corn will slide out easily, leaving the husk and silk behind.
If a corn ear remains stuck, try shaking it. To fully cook the corn, microwave it for around four minutes. For multiple ears, add one to two minutes for each additional ear.