Slow Cooked Corn on the Cob


Slow Cooked Corn on the Cob

Slow Cooked Corn on the Cob

Corn is a great summer vegetable, but sometimes boiling it the same way gets old. Try this slow cooked corn on the cob recipe for a new and interesting way to cook your corn. Slow cooking corn on the cob is a great way to get perfectly-cooked corn every time without even trying. In just a few easy steps, you'll have deliciously tender corn on the cob that everyone will be excited to try. With a recipe for corn on the cob that is this simple, you may never go back to boiling or roasting your corn ever again.


*Ideal slow cooker size: 6 quart

Cooking Time2 hr

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Do you put any butter or salt in the foil with the corn cobs? We use the butter to steam the corn when we make it in the oven or put them on the grill. We like to put the corn on a fire in the fire pit and let it go while we grill too.

Made this over Memorial Day weekend. It was terrific. I buttered the corn before wrapping in foil. It was the best corn on the cob I've ever made.


A faster way of cooking corn on the cob and not having to pull off leaves and silk threads is to cook it in the microwave. You cut off the larger end, making sure that the leaves are not attached to the cob, then cook in the microwave four minutes per ear of corn. Use a hot pad to remove from microwave, hold the smaller end of the ear of corn, hold up in the air, and shake. The ear of corn should slide right out, free of the leaves and corn silk.


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