I have known this recipe for a long time, and have made it over the skillet, through the oven and with the microwave, but I don’t know where this recipe originated from. I think of this recipe as one that woke up one day to find itself unexpectedly famous overnight in Korea where dairy products are not as popular or diverse as United States.
Considering that this recipe straightforwardly states itself as easy and cheesy, I estimate it to be a fusion from other Western dishes, made by a young cook. As long as someone has not claimed the recipe, who made it first and where it originated from will remain as a mystery. However, the recipe itself is simple and short and you will find the dish completed before thinking about its unfathomable origin.
Prep Time: 30 second to 1 minute
Cook Time: 1-2 minutes
Total Time:2-3 minutes
1 cup corn or 1 can corn niblets
1-2 Tablespoon Mayonnaise
1 Tablespoon Sugar
1/3 to 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
1. If you’re using canned corn, make sure to drain the water to eliminate unnecessary moisture. If you’re using frozen corn kernels, microwave it for 15 to 30 seconds to thaw.
2. Mix the corn with mayonnaise and sugar
3. Sprinkle them with mozzarella cheese. For an added bonus, if you have a parsley sprinkle it over the cheese for garnish.
4. Microwave 30 seconds to 1 minute until the cheese melts.
If you like this recipe, make your own modifications.
Put more or less sugar, or less mayonnaise. If you are a bacon-lover, try putting bacon bits.