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Corn Relish

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Nutritional information

16 kcal
Calories
0.1 g
Fat
3.7 g
Carbohydrates
0.3 g
Protein
64 mg
Sodium

Corn Relish

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 2 hrs
    • Serves 4
    • Medium

    Ingredients

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    Corn relish is a dish that can be used for garnish or as a side dish to your favorite grilled meaty bites or potatoes. It is super easy and can be simply cooked on the stove. This old-fashioned dish is sure to bring back memories from grandma’s house.

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    How to Make Corn Relish

    1. 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.
    2. 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.
    3. 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.
    4. 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.
    5. 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.

    Trivia

    • 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

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