Sweet corn contains at least ten times more beta carotene than regular corn. The less cooked sweet corn, the better its flavor and texture.
Roasted, grilled, blanched, steamed, or pureed sweet corn are all options. Its bright, sweet flavors complement pasta and salads well.
Sweet corn kernels can be dried and ground into flour, which is used in baked goods, tortillas, cereals, and as a crust/crisping agent in both savory and sweet dishes.
nutritional info: per 164g (source healthline.com)
Calories: 177 calories | Carbs: 41 grams | Protein: 5.4 grams | Fat: 2.1 grams | Fiber: 4.6 grams | Vitamin C: 17% of the daily value (DV) | Thiamine (vitamin B1): 24% of the DV | Folate (vitamin B9): 19% of the DV | Magnesium: 11% of the DV | Potassium: 10% of the DV
*Always wash your fruits and vegetables under running water just before eating, cutting, or cooking.