August 10, 2020

Grilled corn is one of our favourite ways to enjoy our instant miso soup and curry OKAZU! Grilling on the stove is a great alternative to barbecuing, which is especially useful on rainy days. 
Serves 4
Cooking time: 10 -15 minutes
Ingredients:
4 Corns on the cob
1 tbsp. olive oil
1 tbsp of butter (use vegan butter for vegan version)
Curry OKAZU, to taste
Furikake (or salt), to taste (use vegan furikake for vegan version)

Directions:
  1. Remove the husk on each corn and rinse under water. Pat dry. Warm the olive oil on the stove-top cast iron in medium heat.

  2. Fit as many corn as you can on your cast iron. Rotate the corn once every few minutes to grill the corn evenly until all sides are toasted. This may take about 10 minutes.

  3. Once the corn is grilled evenly, remove from heat and spread a thin layer of butter over the corn. Now spread a layer of miso soup across one side of the corn. Finally dress the corn with OKAZU to taste, and sprinkle a Furikake or salt. Serve!

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