Baby Corn

Name Variations Edit

  • Chinese baby corn

About Baby corn Edit

Wikipedia Article About Baby corn on Wikipedia

Baby corn is a vegetable taken from standard maize (corn) plants harvested early, while the ears are very small and immature. Baby corn is typically eaten whole, cob and all, in contrast to mature maize, whose cob is typically too hard for human consumption. It is consumed both raw and cooked. When cooked, its culinary and physical properties (from the point of the human palate) do not change significantly; texture remains relatively the same, as does taste, which is relatively bland either raw or cooked.

Baby corn refers to whole, entirely edible cobs of immature corn, no more than 2-3 inches (5-7.5 cm) long. They are sold canned, packed in water. Rinse well before using.

Baby corn Recipes Edit

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