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Make this Maple Miso Vegan Butter Bath Corn, a Japanese twist on butter bath corn. It’s nut-free using oat milk and vegan butter, miso paste for umami, maple for sweetness and chili flakes or togarashi for spice. This combination was an inspired, vegan take on “hot honey” but using maple instead. The vegan butter corn comes together in 15 min or less, and requires only 6 ingredients to make.
What Is Butter Bath Corn?
Butter bath corn is a method of preparing corn on the cob. To make you simply:
Bring water to a boil and add your milk and butter until nice and melted down.
Next add your corn on the cob, husk removed and halved, and add to the pot.
Boil for about 7 minutes, flipping corn halfway through, add any seasonings of choice and enjoy!
Now, to make vegan butter bath corn, all you need to do is substitute butter and milk with your dairy free alternatives of choice. We’re also going to add miso paste for added depth of flavour, and a touch of sweetness to balance out the spice from the
How to Make Nut-Free Butter Bath Corn
Making nut-free butter bath corn is really easy to do, simply make sure the vegan butter you’re using is not made with nuts. For example, an olive oil, coconut, or even soy based vegan butter eliminates the need for nuts completely.
You also want to make sure you’re using a nut-free plant milk. For this recipe, I prefer using an unsweetened, plain flavoured oat milk, but soy milk would also work wonderfully!
What is Togarashi Spice?
Togarashi or Shichi-mi tōgarashi is a Japanese spice mixture containing ingredients like red Japanese chillies, sesame, dried orange or yuzu peel, ginger and seaweed. It is typically used as a finishing spice, to give dishes like ramen and udon a subtle kick. I, however, love using togarashi on just about everything from popcorn to pasta, to pizza and more.
Look for togarashi at your local Japanese or Asian grocery store and don’t say I didn’t warn you–you’re going to start putting it on everything!
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