How to Make Corn Relish
- Take the corn cobs and cut the corn from the cobs. Scrape the corn with the help of a large spoon or with the back of a knife to remove the remaining juices in the cob.
- Take a large sized saucepan and add these corn kernels and its juice. Then add chopped red bell peppers, green bell peppers, tomatoes, onion, and cucumbers an mix them with the kernels.
- In a medium-sized bowl pour the apple cider vinegar and add sugar. Stir until the sugar is semi-dissolved. Now add mustard seed and celery seed along with some salt for seasoning.
- Pour this liquid mixture on the mixed vegetables in the saucepan and place the pan on heat. Bring this mixture to a boil and after the first boil let it simmer on low heat for an hour.
- Turn off the heat and let the pan cool until it reaches room temperature. Transfer the prepared relish to sterile jars and store them in the refrigerator.
- Corn relish is a traditional Southern United States recipe
- In Mexico, there are over 60 varieties of corn
- There are approximately 1,300 kernels on a pound of corn
- Corn is cultivated and grown on every continent of this earth except for Antarctica
- Parts of a corn plant include ear (or cob), kernels, husk, roots, silk, stalk, and tassel