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Recipe: Grilled Corn on the Cob

This recipe for Grilled Corn on the Cob is more like a “how to” than a recipe. It’s very easy and requires little or no work. You do,however, need to plan a little ahead….. the corn cobs need to soak in water 1-2 hours before grilling.

Grilled corn on the cob is delicious and a great addition to your grilled meal.

Serve it with plenty of butter…. hmmmm hmmmm good! Another idea is to make up a batch of Garlic Butter and serve it also…. very tasty indeed.


Recipe: Grilled Corn on the Cob

All you need:

Fresh sweet corn with husks

All you need to do:

Remove any dry outer husks from the ears.

Carefully pull back the remaining green husks.

Remove the silk strands and discard.

Pull the husks back over the corn.

Tie the top of the husks with a string to close securely.

Soak the ears of corn in water for 1 to 2 hours.

Heat grill.

Drain corn and squeeze out excess water.

Grill ears over medium heat on a gas grill or 4 to 6 inches from medium high coals on a charcoal grill.

Cook for 15 to 25 minutes or until corn is tender, turning occasionally.


Donna-FFW July 30, 2009 at 7:25 AM  

Thanks for these tips, my hubby never can get it perfect, we'll try this way!

Farmgirl Cyn July 30, 2009 at 7:08 PM  

YUM. We love corn on the cob, just had some tonight. Wish I'd have seen this earlier! We tried a cilantro butter with fresh lime juice and a dash of cayenne for our corn...so delicious!!!

Judy August 2, 2009 at 11:00 AM  

My hubby's uncle always used to make grilled corn when he came to our New Jersey home for outdoor BBQ/picnics. My hubby and I never got to the appreciation level for this dish since we grew our own corn and delighted in pulling off ears right before we were ready to eat. The crisp-tender kernels, briefly cooked in boiling water and then brushed with melted butter, were heaven on earth to us and we stubbornly refused to let anything else take its place. Now in NC, we buy fresh corn from farm stands. Since we grew our own, we know how to pick the best ears, and I also learned that shucking it, rinsing it and packing it in plastic resealable bags, ensures it will stay fresh for about a week. We continue to enjoy corn the old-fashioned way but I know tons of people rave about grilled corn. Even Guy Fieri made cilantro lime grilled corn on GMA last week.

Linda August 2, 2009 at 12:57 PM  

Grilled Corn is just another way of cooking corn... I like the roasted taste ...but I also like to eat corn when boiled...creamed... niblets etc.

Grilling corn just adds another layer of flavor... some like it...some not so much


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