This is an easy, quick, and, fast way to make some fried corn. After doing many shows selling my seasonings I have come to find out that many people have never heard, let alone eat fried corn made this way.
First you need to buy ourself some corn-on-the-cob, or other wise known as an ear. Best to get the ear that has the kernels that are bright yellow. Do not just pick out an ear, but pull back a section of the husk when you pick it up and look to see if the kernels are bright and mature. I always poke one of the kernels with my fingernails to see if there is still plenty moisture left in the ear.
Next get a pot big enough for the ear(s) and fill it with water and if so desired add a pinch of salt and/or sugar. Then place the pot on a burner that is on high. Let the water come to a rolling boil. Then lower the burner to med-med high and place the ears in the water. After about 18-20 minutes remove the ears from the boiling water and let cool for about 10 minutes.
When the ears are cool cut the kernels off with a knife and place on a separate plate. Then get yourself a skillet, best if it is cast iron. Put about a tablespoon of butter in the pan and when it melts and starts to crackle put the corn in. Stir the kernels around and when the start to caramelize your fried corn is done.