The drained net weight of canned maize is approximately 285 g of maize. Before the corn is prepared for salads or as a vegetable side dish, the preservation liquid should be drained off and the corn rinsed until the water no longer foams and remains clear. The advantage of canned corn over corn cobs is that it does not have to be precooked and has a longer shelf life. Alternatively, it is also possible to use frozen corn.

All data per 100 g:
110 kcal
22 g
4 g
1 g

Recipes with Maize

American salad
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American Tuna Salad
American Tuna Salad is quick and easy to prepare. Boil the eggs hard. ...
Apple Leek Salad
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BBQ Curry Sausage Pizza
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BBQ Pizza
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Bean stew with chicken breast
Bean stew with chicken breast is a quick, easy and hearty stew. Clean and halve the green beans. ...
Carbonade in Gin Cream Sauce
Carbonade in Gin Cream Sauce Prepare the French fries in the oven according to the instructions in about 20 minutes. Meanwhile season the carbonate with freshly ground pepper and sprinkle with 4 teaspoons of gin. ...
Carbonade with vegetables Rice
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Cevapcici with potato salad
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