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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Kosher Recipes --> To your Health --> Kosher Vegetable Meals

Corn on the Cob
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Seems to lower blood pressure (because it is a comfort food, or does it really?). Contains nice amounts of iron, zinc, potassium and is low in sodium and has some good protein. Enjoy it!

Buy fresh corn. If the husk is still on, simply peel it back without removing it, and then peel off the silk. Put the husk back to cover the kernels. Microwave on high, using 3 minutes per each ear. Serve with butter, salt, and pepper. It is so good that you may want to try it without anything on it. To grill the corn, remove the husks and silk. Brush with olive oil lightly. Place on a hot grill and grill it until the kernels start to turn brown. It is so good this way, and can also be removed now from the cob and tossed with fresh tomatoes and cilantro for a quick and tasty salsa.

Side Dishes -- Vegetable Dishes

 
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