Corn On the Cob Seasoning

Corn On the Cob Seasoning
Corn On the Cob Seasoning
Corn On the Cob Seasoning Corn On the Cob Seasoning
SKU
100913 001
$6.83
Net Weight:
4.7 oz
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Smoky hickory leads the way to a delicious summer side dish with our Corn on the Cob Seasoning blend. Wanting to play off the inherent sweetness of summer corn, we combined our hickory salt with the sour burst of orange zest, and played that off of paprika’s mellow, dependable anchor. Black pepper contributes rich pine flavor and lemony top notes, and we keep the grind of some ingredients large, so our Corn on the Cob Seasoning blend delivers great texture and crunch. We blend this in our facility in small batches to maintain the excellent quality and freshness that we strive for in every shipment.

Despite corn’s omnipresence on tables across the country at the height of the summer holiday season, more than 90% of the corn grown on American farmlands is not designated for human consumption. Most of the crop yield is slated for use in the production of ethanol, or for feeding farm animals—livestock eat about three times as much corn as people do, annually. And sweet corn—the corn for which this seasoning blend was designed, bursting with summertime nostalgia and best when covered in butter—only accounts for about 1% of the overall corn crop in the United States.

 

Tips From Our Kitchen

 

Steam, roast, or boil corn on the cob. Drizzle with oil or slather with butter, and sprinkle Corn on the Cob Seasoning on top. Toss across corn bread or mac and cheese and bake. This is a great topper for roasted vegetables like zucchini or yellow squash. Use this as a finishing seasoning on unconventional salads like shaved fennel with orange supremes, or toss over thick slices of tomato and drizzle with a balsamic vinegar reduction.

Blended from smoked hickory salt, sea salt, orange zest, black pepper and paprika.

 

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tsp

Amount Per Serving

Calories4

% Daily Value*

Total Fat0g0%

Saturated Fat0g0%

Trans Fat0g

Polyunsaturated Fat0g

Monounsaturated Fat0g

Cholesterol0mg0%

Sodium1890mg82%

Total Carbohydrate1.0g0%

Dietary Fiber0.6g3%

Total Sugars0.1g

Added Sugars0g0%

Sugar Alcohol0.0g

Protein0.1g0%

Vitamin D0mcg0%

Calcium6mg0%

Iron0mg1%

Potassium16mg0%

*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. These values were calculated and therefore are approximate. For more

4.8 out of 5
12 total ratings.

Mark G. (Verified buyer) 12/27/2021
Nice ! This is really good I also use it on fried eggs,

Lois S. (Verified buyer) 05/21/2021
Wow! This seasoning blend adds some zip to corn on or off the cob. I keep it in the cupboard all year long. It also adds a texture element that is something special.

Kellie G. (Verified buyer) 05/13/2021
Kellie Loved it - tried it on fried potatoes—-keeper!

Elton P. (Verified buyer) 12/17/2020
Great taste and combo Great taste and combo

Mary H. (Verified buyer) 08/17/2020
I really liked it. We have a dairy that sells corn this time of year. I quick blanch it, take it off the cob, then put it in foodsaver bags for the year. I really liked this spice on it. I didnt think our corn could get any better, I was wrong. It was delicious.

Drake M. (Verified buyer) 07/28/2020
How Could Corn On The Cob Get Any Better? The answer: COTC seasoning. better than pepper or salt, this seasoning really pumps up the "corny" essence. Also, the large pieces of various seasoning components add a pleasing crunch. I'm looking to try this with other corn dishes, such as corn pudding, or maybe corn bread.

Ryan B. (Verified buyer) 06/19/2019
Aww Shucks!! Literally. I have one word. “Mouthwatering.” This rub is so packed full of robust flavors. I soaked a half dozen ears of corn in the husks in a bowl of water for an hour. Peeled back the husk just enough to keep them intact to rub butter on the corn and apply the corn on the cob seasoning. I place the husks back covering the lathered butter and rub I applied and wrapped them in aluminum foil. I then got my charcoal lit and put the corn on the cob on my weber kettle grill. I kept the grill I nternal temp at 375-400 degrees Fahrenheit for one hour and Boom!! 🌽♥️ Once again Spices Inc saves the day. My bbqing has never been as good as it is today. I owe a lot of credit to all the spices I’ve ordered. When my friends see my spice collection they are speechless.

wayne b. (Verified buyer) 05/25/2018
love this stuff love this stuff

Warren C. (Verified buyer) 04/18/2018
Killer spices My cupboard is proud to have several varieties in it and those that eat the food always comment on the flavor.

Steven C. (Verified buyer) 07/31/2020
Corn On the Cob Seasoning My wife and I thought is was very good. Just a tad bit too salty. We have used it a number of times and not just for corn on the cob. We have used it on salads and on BLT's. It's flavor profile is really interesting.
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