I have cooked vegetables in the pressure cooker before, every time they are perfect and richly flavored. I figured why not try a cob or two. Hmmm, how long to cook it? Hey, how about THREE MINUTES! Seriously. Like every other vegetable I have cooked in my Nesco Pressure Cooker, with the exception of potatoes, corn on the cob takes three minutes. Just like the broccoli, cauliflower, carrots and onions. THREE. Oh and I am calling it a recipe? YOU BET! Am I taking credit? SURE, why not.
Here we go, don't blink:
TRACY'S PRESSURE COOKER CORN ON THE COB
Butter, lots and lots of butter for slathering after the fact
trim the kernels off the cob and toss them with a suspicion of chili powder (it's my new catch phrase that means just a little bit HAHAHA) some finely grated Parmesan cheese and a little mayonnaise just to moisten. Seriously, addictive! I did this with the second cob and completely forgot to take any pictures as I simply inhaled it.
But, as part of the experiment, I did take pictures, *just to be ridiculous* here's the play by play!!
Find an oval dish and place within it sufficient butter to coat, excessively, your cobs.