Corn stripper that is compact and easy to use
In just a few twists and pushes, you'll be able to remove corn from the cob
Kernels are effortlessly stripped by durable stainless steel blades in just a few
Any meal will benefit from the addition of corn, whether it's southwestern salads or homemade salsa
You can wash your dishes on the top shelf of the dishwasher
Questions & Answers
In stock, ships within a week Are you sure it has been two Can that really be true?
These companies are not only competing with US suppliers but making products too. The price is now similar to what it is in the US. It is important that you purchase American stock to avoid these issues. It's better for US banks, and American pockets, if some of the money stays green!
What is the difference between raw corn on the stalk and mature corn?
The Chef'n Cob Corn Stripper should be held at each end of the corn cob, with the serrated tip facing As you hold the rest of the corn cob in your hand, allow the corn cob stripper to twist on the cob and move towards the hand that holds onto the As soon as you get the hang of it, you'll understand how quickly you can remove
What happens when you put "any size of cob" in this field? If you eat the cob with the kernels, don't you end up with a lot of cob?
I really don't think you do. When you use larger cobs, you can sometimes find some tough kernels inside. However, you can also find that in store-bought corn. As my company processes bushels at a time, this is by far the most efficient and effective tool I have ever encountered.
Are you able to use this on already cooked corn? Would you like it hot off the grill, for instance?
This is the best product I've ever used!
Selected User Reviews For Chef'n Cob Corn Stripper (Yellow)
The recommendation is not to be followed
You can get stuck halfway through if the ears of corn are really big. Corn falls everywhere when the cob is bent to the point it finally makes it through. When the cob had gotten through my hand holding the tool, it would shoot forward and hit the bowl, sending corn scattered into the air. As you know, I go back to using my knife. Put a small bowl upside down in a large one. You can run your knife down the side of the corn by placing it in the small bowl. I can do it in a few minutes.
| Sep 13, 2020
The corn is not so much on the cob, but stripped and put into salads
If you are using a bundt pan, you can put the corn in the hole and then pull it out on.
| May 31, 2021
The best way is to eat it straight from In order for this to work well, I wanted it to be effective
It is my favorite time of year to eat corn. It would be easy for me to eat two In fact, they often To be frank, I was very eager to own a corn stripper so that I could use the corn off of the cob in salads, eggs, salsa, etc. Unfortunately, I have encountered some issues with this unit. A few things should be noted about the cutting ring inside the unit. It is fixed at one degree. The diameter of the round is 25". I was only able to get this to work on one of the four ears of corn I stripped. Strippers took too much of the "cob" off the larger ears, and the corn was not as attractive and not as fibrous afterwards. In addition, it is a lot of work to move the corn through this machine. Corn won't just go through the thing if you "push" it through, you have to twist it to get it through. In this case, you should hold it parallel to the counter or worksurface. The corn falls into all sorts of places as a result. The corn fell straight onto the plate after I placed the partially stripped end on the plate. I assumed I was doing it wrong at one point, so I tried removing the partially stripped end from the plate as well. In the end, the ear of corn slipped off the plate almost immediately, scattering corn everywhere (much to the delight of the dog). There is an even simpler, and cleaner, way to do it.
| Nov 11, 2020
There is no way this stripper can handle a big corn I don't know
A gift like this would be a wonderful present for my grandson, who just got his braces on. There must be a major snag with our California Sweet Corn. The cobs are just too large. A second problem was that the inner cutting ring bent out of shape on the first try. A straight line was formed by the cutting teeth. We must use the old fashioned method of cutting meat with a knife. As soon as he gets it back to me, I will send it back.
| Dec 14, 2020
Definitely not a good sign
Their proportions remain unchanged no matter how small or large the cob is. Although I used it after eating much of the corn off the cob, I still ate most of the corn.
This is a really cool gadget
My favorite part about this corn stripper is that it is so easy to use. Microwaved corn on the cob for 4 minutes, in the shell, is my favorite way to prepare it. My step two is cutting off the bottom of the corn, then I squeeze the other end of the corn, and it comes out completely clean of silks! Once the corn is half stripped, I use the corn stripper, cutting along one direction for half of the ear, then turning it around to finish it. I have enough whole kernel corn for 3 to 4 servings when I do this with two ears of corn. All you need is a bit of butter and salt to make it delicious. The only corn that I haven't tried is uncooked corn, so I do not know how it would taste with it, but I sure do love it. That's the kind of movie I highly recommend.
| Jan 19, 2021
The program works perfectly
It didn't take me more than 5 minutes to strip 15 ears of sweet corn.
| Aug 10, 2020
In addition to containing a metal cylinder with a serrated rim, the gadget is encapsulated in both a plastic and a somewhat larger Is it possible for an ear of corn to fit in a cutting cylinder with such a narrow diameter? As you push the corn ear through the cutting cylinder, place the narrow end of the shucked ear inside the serrated edge of the cylinder and turn the gadget. By slicing the kernels from the cob, the serrated edge cuts them off. You will want to match the speed and force with which you push the ear through the cutting cylinder to ensure the corn gets cut off as much as Voici a tip As the kernels fall, use a plate or pie tin, or a sheet of paper towel or wax paper to catch them. I tend to create a wide scatter pattern when I use it.
| Mar 18, 2021