Ear of corn with the husk on
The Bundt Pan Hack To Easily Chop Kernels Off A Corn Cob
Removing corn kernels from the cob can be messy and time-consuming. Luckily, a Bundt pan can make this process run smoother and more efficiently than ever.
Start by placing your Bundt pan on the counter with the open side facing up and grab a freshly shucked ear of corn, positioning the narrow tip over the center hole of the pan.
With gentle, downward pressure, push the corn cob through the hole. As you do so, the kernels will effortlessly detach from the cob and neatly fall onto the pan's surface below.
Use a Bundt pan with a larger hole to ensure smooth passage for the cob. To keep the cob steady, guide the cob through the hole with one hand while the other applies pressure.
This technique comes with an unexpected bonus: the pan’s contours collect the kernels neatly in one place. You’ll no longer need to worry about kernels rolling off the counter.