Sweet Spicy Corn on the Cob


Corn was first cultivated in part Mexico and Central American

Corn contain complex carbohydrate which gets digested at a slow pace

It has many benefits during pregnancy, for both mother’s and babies

About 10,000 years ago, corn was first cultivated in parts of Mexico and Central America. Corn is usually considered a vegetable but it is actually a grain, rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Although the yellow color corn/maize is very common around the world, did you know that corn varieties come in many other colors too such as red, orange, purple, blue, white and even black. Corn or maize is a grain plant, which originated in southern Mexico. The kernels of the seeds of corn hold the majority of nutrients and are the most consumed parts. If you love munching these little golden kernels then here are more reasons to add them to your diet. Corn may be high in sugar (sucrose), but there are several other properties of this grain that must not be overlooked.


2 Garlic cloves, finely chopped

1-2 stalk Spring onions, finely chopped

2-3 tbsp Tamari sauce

2-3 tbsp Sriracha sauce

2 tbsp Apple cider vinegar with manuka honey


Preheat grilled to a low to medium temperature, or you can have put on a barbecue pan. Clean and remove the shell of the corn. Then place in a bowl. Prepare in a small bowl, Sriracha sauce, tamari sauce and apple cider vinegar and mix together. Use a small brush to brush each corn and place under the grill, continue to turn corn until it’s ready to remove not having it too burn. Then remove and add spring onions and garlic and sauce if there is any leftover sauce.