A closeup of a platter of corn on the cobs.
Avocado Skins Are The Unexpected Key To Richer Corn On The Cob
The only thing better than grilled corn on the cob is corn on the cob that has been smeared with the leftover remnants found on avocado skin.
Avocado is rich in fat, and when the creamy green fruit touches warm corn, you get a melting effect that is similar to butter but with more flavor.
Simply rub those avocado peels that still have a little fruit left in them over your grilled or boiled corn, and sprinkle on some salt to bring out more flavor.
You could also set aside some extra mashed avocado and guacamole for your corn on the cob or make avocado butter with mashed avocado, softened butter, and lime juice.