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TikTok Australia: Corn RIBS are the latest trend to take the food world by storm

Forget oven baked feta pasta, a home cook has shared her ultimate recipe for making corn ribs at home in the latest food trend to take over TikTok.

Mon Mack, from Brisbane, shared a now-viral TikTok video showing exactly how she makes the snack, which she describes as a ‘game changer’.

‘If you love corn on a cob but hate how messy it is to eat, you definitely want to try this… These are the real deal,’ she said in the video. 

‘You know how whenever you eat corn on the cob you get stuff in your teeth? Yeah, well with these you don’t and I’ve gotta say, they taste even better this way.’ 

To make the finger food, all you’ll need is a corn cob, cumin, ground coriander, sweet paprika, smoked paprika, turmeric, natural yoghurt, salt and oil.

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Forget oven baked feta pasta, corn ribs are the latest food trend to take over TikTok

Forget oven baked feta pasta, corn ribs are the latest food trend to take over TikTok

To make the finger food, all you'll need is a corn cob, cumin, ground coriander, sweet paprika, smoked paprika, turmeric, natural yoghurt, salt and oil

To make the finger food, all you'll need is a corn cob, cumin, ground coriander, sweet paprika, smoked paprika, turmeric, natural yoghurt, salt and oil

Forget oven baked feta pasta, a home cook has shared her ultimate recipe for making corn ribs at home in the latest food trend to take over TikTok

How to make corn ribs

INGREDIENTS

Corn cob

1 tspn cumin, ground coriander, sweet paprika, smoked paprika and turmeric

Salt

1 tbsp oil

Mayonnaise or natural yoghurt  

Spring onions, chopped (optional)

METHOD

Pre-heat oven to 220C. Cut off both ends of the corn. Microwave it with the husk on for 30 seconds. 

Use a sharp knife to carefully cut the corn lengthways, from the top down to split it in half. Repeat the step to cut into quarters.

In a bowl, combine the spices and a teaspoon of salt. In another bowl, add oil to the corn ribs, followed by spices and a pinch of salt.

Combine the corn and spices until it’s well coated.

Line  the corn ribs up on a baking tray and pop them into the oven for 25 to 30 minutes.

Serve with a drizzle of mayonnaise or natural yoghurt for a lighter option, garnish with spring onions and a sprinkle of spices.

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She started by cutting off both ends of the corn, before microwaving it with the husk on for 30 seconds.

‘This is just to help peel away the husk nice and easily,’ Mon explained.

Using a sharp knife, she carefully cut the corn lengthways, from the top down to the bottom to split it in half.

‘Then do the same to cut it in quarters,’ she said.

In a bowl, combine about a teaspoon of cumin, ground coriander, sweet paprika, smoked paprika, turmeric and salt.

Using a sharp knife, she carefully cut the corn lengthways, from the top down to the bottom to split it in half

Using a sharp knife, she carefully cut the corn lengthways, from the top down to the bottom to split it in half

Then repeating the step, cutting them into quarters

Then repeating the step, cutting them into quarters

Using a sharp knife, she carefully cut the corn lengthways, from the top down to the bottom to split it in half, then repeating the step, cutting them into quarters

Next, she lined the corn ribs up on a baking tray and pop them into a pre-heated oven at about 220 degrees Celsius for 25 to 30 minutes

Next, she lined the corn ribs up on a baking tray and pop them into a pre-heated oven at about 220 degrees Celsius for 25 to 30 minutes

Serve the corn in a bowl with a drizzle of mayonnaise or natural yoghurt for a lighter option, topped with chopped spring onions and more spices

Serve the corn in a bowl with a drizzle of mayonnaise or natural yoghurt for a lighter option, topped with chopped spring onions and more spices

She lined the corn ribs up on a baking tray and pop them into a pre-heated oven at about 220 degrees Celsius for 25 to 30 minutes

Then she added a tablespoon of oil to the corn ribs, followed by the spices and a pinch of salt. 

‘Massage those together,’ she said, combining the corn and mix until it’s well coated.

Next, she lined the corn ribs up on a baking tray and pop them into a pre-heated oven at about 220 degrees Celsius for 25 to 30 minutes.

Serve the corn in a bowl with a drizzle of mayonnaise or natural yoghurt for a lighter option, topped with chopped spring onions and more spices. 

‘Super juicy, and just crispy on the outside,’ she said, confirming the corn ribs are not dry after baking them.

The video has since been viewed more than 290,000 times, with dozens of people saying they couldn’t wait to make the corn ribs at home. 

Jules Sebastian (pictured) has recreated the 'TikTok famous' oven-baked feta pasta dish

Jules Sebastian (pictured) has recreated the 'TikTok famous' oven-baked feta pasta dish

She roasted a whole block of feta, cherry tomatoes, garlic, oregano with olive oil in the oven for 25 minutes

She roasted a whole block of feta, cherry tomatoes, garlic, oregano with olive oil in the oven for 25 minutes

Earlier this month, Jules Sebastian (pictured) has recreated the ‘TikTok famous’ oven-baked feta pasta dish after the simple recipe took the food world by storm

Earlier this month, thousands of home cooks jumped on the baked feta pasta trend after the recipe went viral on TikTok.

Fashion stylist Jules Sebastian recreated the ‘TikTok famous’ oven-baked feta pasta dish that was so popular, feta cheese reportedly sold out in Finland.

The recipe is very simple to follow – all you’ll need is a block of feta, cherry tomatoes, garlic, oregano, dried spaghetti, olive oil and parsley for garnishing.

‘Made famous by TikTok. I’d seen this recipe floating around so I thought I’d give it a go,’ Jules said in her Instagram video .

‘Feta was sold out in some countries because of it’s awesomeness… So delicious, so easy and just a handful of ingredients. Everyone please try this.’

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