Ribs, beans, zucchini and corn (veggies have herb compound butter)
Pressure Cooker Corn on the Cob

The steam function cooks corn on the cob evenly and perfectly! Great when finished with butter, such as my Fresh Herb Compound Butter.

Course: Side Dish
Keyword: corn, corn on the cob, instant pot, pressure cooker, side
Author: Kayla
  • 6 whole corn on the cob can use less
  • 1.5 cups water
  • butter to finish optional, such as Fresh Herb Compound Butter
  1. Pull husk of corn back and remove corn "silks" (the stringy bits). Pull husk back over corn. 

  2. Place trivet into bottom of inner pot of multi-cooker. Add water and corn. Ensure steam can get to all of corn (there is room in between, even if just a little). 

  3. Put inner pot into multi-cooker, and set program for Steam. Adjust time to 3 minutes. Once cooking time as finished, release pressure. 

  4. Remove husks from corn, cut in half and serve with butter (optional). 

Recipe Notes

Great when finished with butter, such as Fresh Herb Compound Butter. Find the recipe and more at Kayla's Food Obsession!