Recipe: Sous Vide Corn on the Cob

Sous vide corn is not only dead simple to make, it’s super delicious! Two words, self-buttering! Simply add the corn to a bag with a generous amount of butter and salt, then drop it into your water bath. When dinner is ready so is your hot, self-buttered corn.

Sous Vide Corn on the Cob

Immersion Circulator (I use the Anova Precision Cooker)
Water Vessel (I use a 12qt Cambro Container)
Ziploc Bag


2 ears of corn
2 tbsp butter
1 teaspoon of salt


Because the density of corn is so low, you will find that it will want to float. No worries, simply submerge a dinner plate on top of the bag to hold it down.


Heat your water bath to 86C. Shuck your corn and put into a Ziploc bag or vacuum bag with the butter and the salt. Put the corn into the water bath. Let cook for 30 minutes or until dinner is ready. Serve and enjoy.

Want to pair it with a perfect steak and crispy steak fries? Click on the links for the recipes.

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