Buttered Corn Recipe – Easy Buttered Corn Recipe

by dassana amit updated August 6, 2013

Buttered Corn - American Corn with Butter and Herbs

Buttered Corn Recipe – I used to make this recipe quite frequently in the Monsoons. It is quick if you have a packet of corn kernels.

If you do not have corn kernels, but corn cobs, then you will have to boil the corn cobs in water – in which some salt is added. When the corn cobs are boiled, peel of the corn from the cobs. This will take some time.

I had a packet of american corn kernels which came in handy, so it was easy. This recipe uses butter. You could use both salted or unsalted butter. If you are conscious about your diet, then you could also use olive oil instead of butter. I have used more butter, but you could use less amount or more.

If you are looking for more corn recipes then do check : sweet corn soup recipe, corn chaatcorn spinach recipe, sweet corn cutlet and corn cheese toast recipe.

Buttered Corn Recipe details below:

Buttered Corn Recipe – Easy Buttered Corn Recipe
Recipe type: snacks
  • 2 cup corn kernels
  • 1 tbsp butter or 2 tsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp pepper powder
  • 1 tsp mixed herbs or any herb of your choice
  • ½ cup grated cheese (optional)
  • salt
  1. I boiled the american corn kernels in pressure cooker with little salt for 2 whistles. You could also boil in a pan. Though, this will take longer.
  2. Now remove the corn from the pressure cooker in a strainer and strain the leftover water.
  3. In another pan or you could use the same pressure cooker, melt the butter, add the corn kernels, salt, herbs and pepper. Mix well. Remove and serve buttered corn hot.
  4. I did not add cheese, but you could add grated cheese to the above mixture and keep on the heat, till the cheese melts.

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ritu July 24, 2013 1

I bought corn kernel to prepare butter corn at home…was wondering how to go about it..your recipe really helped.thanks.


dassana July 26, 2013 2

thanks ritu.


Samar September 20, 2012 3

Nice recipe… But i tried boiling it in pan and it’s taking ages… :(

40 minutes already n nowhere near what it should be like…


dassana September 20, 2012 4

i guess the corn cobs are not tender but more matured ones. hence boiling these are taking that long.


aarti virwani April 4, 2012 5

thank u very much