It’s summer time and most of us are all stuck at home due to a little germ I’d like to call COVID. Even though we’ve been home for 34298423948230948 days counting, my calendar says it’s summer time. Even if I’m not lounging at my favorite beach or pool with our friends or family, I can at least cook like I am. Right?! SO let’s take out the burgers and vegetables and get ready to grill! I recently had corn on the cob at our friends pool and I forgot how DELICIOUS and simple it is. It inspired me to make my own version but since we don’t use our outdoor grill much I needed to get creative. I love corn on the cob cooked outside but it is a bit more of a hassle if you’re not making other food to go along with it. I recently thought why not try my air fryer and see how it turns out. WELL let me tell you, perfectly cooked corn in 10 minutes is what we got. It almost had this rich caramelized taste and I didn’t have to be drenched in sweat for the insanely good outcome. Also, it’s important to note that this can be an excellent low FODMAP vegetable option as long as you remember to stay in the 1/2 cob serving size.
Looking for a few more air fryer recipes to try out? Check out these super delicious french fries & coconut chicken tenders! I would love to hear from you what your favorite low FODMAP vegetable are in summer time. It’s a great time to up your fruits and vegetables as produce is incredibly fresh! This is a great time to experiment and try produce that you may not initially be as open to especially if it’s FODMAP safe!Print
A mouth watering summer vegetable that is as easy as it comes!
- *1 Package of sweet corn
- Cooking Spray
- Seasoning of your choice, I used Trader Joes Chili Lime seasoning and sprinkled it on
- Preheat the air fryer to 400 degrees.
- Spray both sides of the corn with cooking spray and lightly season.
- Cook for 10 minutes, flipping halfway through.
*My air fryer fit 6 small corn on the cob.
To stay at a low FODMAP range, stick to 1/2 cob serving size.
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