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How long does it take to boail Sweetcorn this size

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#1
http://www.abceeds.com/v/vspfiles/assets/images/sweetcorn.jpg
#2
Zap it in the microwave, 2 mins each
#3
black gerbil1
http://www.abceeds.com/v/vspfiles/assets/images/sweetcorn.jpg


5-6 minutes

/thread :-D
#4
melipona
Zap it in the microwave, 2 mins each

I dont buy organic to have is destroyed by microwaving it.

midlandscomics
5-6 minutes

/thread :-D

you sure fam, i got some smaller ones that i usually do for 10mins?
#5
ah my mother makes these all the time taste alright
[helper]#6
Steaming would be healthiest....and tastiest

Cut them in half and they should fit easily.
#7
u spelt boil wrong in th OP :thumbsup:
#8
black gerbil1
I dont buy organic to have is destroyed by microwaving it.


you sure fam, i got some smaller ones that i usually do for 10mins?


It's hard to tell from the pic how big the exactly are :), but average supermarket size ones I'd usually do for that long
#9
gari189
Steaming would be healthiest....and tastiest

Cut them in half and they should fit easily.

steamer is in that dere loft, but thanks.
micoo
u spelt boil wrong in th OP :thumbsup:

you spelt you wrong.
midlandscomics
It's hard to tell from the pic how big the exactly are :), but average supermarket size ones I'd usually do for that long

cool fam ill do it for about that long.
#10
black gerbil1
steamer is in that dere loft, but thanks.

you spelt you wrong.

cool fam ill do it for about that long.


no i didn't :thumbsup: i typed exactly what i meant to, you however, did not :thumbsup:
#11
micoo
no i didn't :thumbsup: i typed exactly what i meant to, you however, did not :thumbsup:

your argument makes no sense.

inb4 i go uni.
#12
black gerbil1
your argument makes no sense.

inb4 i go uni.


it makes perfect sense, if id wanted to type "you" i would have

"inb4 i go uni" wtf does that mean :?
[helper]#13
[QUOTE=black gerbil1]steamer is in that dere loft, but thanks.

Get it out and use it - steaming is the healthiest way to cook veg - takes a little longer than boiling but still worth the effort........
#14
gari189

Get it out and use it - steaming is the healthiest way to cook veg - takes a little longer than boiling but still worth the effort........

yeah your right there, how about putting the veg in the oven? covered in foil, prob the next best thing i imagine.

Will get the steamer out next time i go up in the loft tho brah:thumbsup:
#15
turn the gas hob on and turn it and bbq it over the gas.......lightly buttered and salted
#16
How long to steam for??...Honest question too!
banned#17
bbq brah
#18
micoo
u spelt boil wrong in th OP :thumbsup:


'boail' is the gangster way to boil.
suspended#19
Steam it ...
#20
black gerbil1
http://www.abceeds.com/v/vspfiles/assets/images/sweetcorn.jpg


why u boailing randomly sized corn found on the net...

prove to me u REALLY have sweetcorn. :p
suspended#21
dmtuk
How long to steam for??...Honest question too!


10-20 mins depending how you eat veg x
banned#22
they do things now you can prod in food like this to see if its cooked, they are called knives or forks and have worked well for many a year
#23
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banned#24
sassie;6258745
they do things now you can prod in food like this to see if its cooked, they are called knives or forks and have worked well for many a year


serious question


no need to be rude :thumbsup:


better than making the poor lad ill
#25
sassie
they do things now you can prod in food like this to see if its cooked, they are called knives or forks and have worked well for many a year


prod a knife and fork into a corn......its rock solid on the inside and soft on the outside:?

depends on the corn but some can be eaten as is.......raw

all down to personal preference at the end of the day
banned#26
casparwhite
prod a knife and fork into a corn......its rock solid on the inside and soft on the outside:?

depends on the corn but some can be eaten as is.......raw

all down to personal preference at the end of the day


yeah well you dont need to check the inside as you aint eating that, if the outside is soft then its ok to eat
#27
i usually leave em for 20-30 mins simmering, but you will have to check how soft they are before taking out
banned#28
ODB_69
serious question


no need to be rude :thumbsup:


better than making the poor lad ill


where was a i rude, oh by mentioning a knife and fork - lol
banned#29
khy86
i usually leave em for 20-30 mins simmering, but you will have to check how soft they are before taking out


oh how will he do that?
#30
sassie
yeah well you dont need to check the inside as you aint eating that, if the outside is soft then its ok to eat


like i said corn is soft on the outside before its cooked.......:whistling:
banned#31
sassie;6258790
where was a i rude, oh by mentioning a knife and fork - lol


no...using sarcasm when asking a serious question...I'm sure you could have just said 'x minutes'


Brah...try this - http://www.reluctantgourmet.com/corn_on_the_cob.htm
banned#32
ODB_69
no...using sarcasm when asking a serious question...I'm sure you could have just said 'x minutes'


Brah...try this - http://www.reluctantgourmet.com/corn_on_the_cob.htm


x minutes is really going to help him :?

Ok, here goes, BG cook it for x minutes :thumbsup:
suspended#33
what you haveing with your sweetcorn?
banned#34
sassie;6258814
x minutes is really going to help him :?

Ok, here goes, BG cook it for x minutes :thumbsup:


again...sarcasm
wats the point?! :? :thinking:
#35
sassie
x minutes is really going to help him :?

Ok, here goes, BG cook it for x minutes :thumbsup:


are you being daft on purpose:?

x mins is all down to personal preference and the tenderness of the corn in the first place, so yes x mins would be correct:roll:
banned#36
ODB_69
again...sarcasm
wats the point?! :?:thinking:


and whats the point in telling him to cook it for x minutes :roll:

come to think of it whats the point in telling him to cook it for 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, etc,etc
banned#37
casparwhite;6258830
are you being daft on purpose:?

x mins is all down to personal preference and the tenderness of the corn in the first place, so yes x mins would be correct:roll:



[SIZE=7]LOL[/SIZE]

:thumbsup:
#38
ODB_69
serious question


no need to be rude :thumbsup:


better than making the poor lad ill


make him ill from eating under-boailed coarn. be jokes to see the massive repurcussions of eating raw sweetcorn! :p

(sorry ODB couldnt help it!)
#39
Be a man and buy a tin! :thumbsup:
banned#40
casparwhite
are you being daft on purpose:?

x mins is all down to personal preference and the tenderness of the corn in the first place, so yes x mins would be correct:roll:


so again what is the op actually asking for then, just a response like, BG cook it till its at your preferred preference, oh this has so made me giggle, muppets in the kitchen are us.com

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