These delicious Corn Riblets are nothing compared to boil corn. This is the “new generation of corning.” I made these corn ribs a few weeks ago in my Gourmia Air Fryer and shared them with family and friends. Everyone has been asking for the recipe. The recipe is very simple, and easy. I am 100% sure you will enjoy them as well
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Gourmia Air Fry Corn Ribs
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Corn on the Cob
Badia Complete Seasoning
Badia Dried Thyme Leaves
Roasted Garlic Powder
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How To Make Gourmia Air Fryer Corn Riblets.
- Air Fryer
- Cutting Board
- Garlic Press
- 3 Fresh Corn On The Cob
- 1 cup Cooking Oil (Oilive or Canola)
- 4 cloves Garlic, crushed
- 1 tbsp. Smoked Paprika
- 1 tbsp Salt
- 2 tsp Roasted Garlic Powder
- 1 tsp Dried Thyme Leaves
- 1 tbsp Badia Complete Seasoning
- 2 tsp Black Pepper
Let's Make The Corn Ribs
- Peel the husk from the corn including the hairs of the corn.
- On a cutting board, hold one of the corn on the cob in an upright position. Carefully run a knife down the center to cut corn in half. Then cut the two half pieces of corn to obtain 4 quarters. The corn riblets does not have to be perfect and the same size.Now that you have made your first set of corn riblets. Repeat the process. Place all the corn riblets in a bowl and set aside.
Let's Make The Corn Riblet Dressing.
- Use garlic press, to crush the 4 garlic cloves in a bowl. To the crushed garlic, add the oil, garlic powder, paprika, salt, black pepper, complete seasoning, and thyme leaves.
- Use a whisk to blend all the ingredients together until they are dissolved and evenly distributed.
- Pour the seasoning mixture over the corn riblets. Use a spoon to gently mix the corn ribs with seasoning mixture to avoid breakage.
- Lay the corn riblets in the Gourmia Air Fryer basket. Set the temperature to 400 °F and cook riblets for 15-20 minutes.
- Remove cooked corn riblets from air fryer and serve.
Gourmia Air Fryer Corn Riblets
Air Fry Corn Ribs
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14 thoughts on “Easy Homemade Gourmia Air Fryer Corn Riblets”
I am always looking for new recipes to try in my air fryer, and these sound great. I can’t wait to try them.
I don’t believe I have ever had corn ribs before. I don’t usually eat corn much but these recipe looks like a great meal and easy to make.
Wow! These sound so delicious. I will have to try these in my air fryer! Thank you for sharing.
This looks so good. I may just have to buy an air fyer.
I love corns, now makes me think I need to get an air fryer
Ohhhh these have been all the rage on TikTok! I need to try them soon, I love sweetcorn! Thank you for sharing them, Kevin!
These look amazing. I’ve been looking for new things to try in my air fryer so will definitely be giving these a try.
Thanks for your support. You have to try these corn riblets; you will be hooked on them for life.
I’ve been thinking about getting an air fryer lately, so I can make more interesting food but in a healthier way, but there’s just so many options, it’s hard to know which will meet my needs
Unwanted Life, there are so many air fryers on the market. I am sure most do a great job. My Gourmia is perfect for me. Most of my friends and family purchased it and are very pleased with how easy it is to operate and clean. An Air fryer will change your life for good; it certainly changed mine: how I cook, shortens my cooking time, and make some dishes healthier.
I would like to taste them!!!
This is such a great idea and one I can do when my husband wants to eat meat (I’m vegetarian). Thanks for the veggie inspiration, they look and sound delicious!
Looks like a good snack for tea. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you, Fadima.