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Fantastic Grilled Corn on the Cob

Fantastic Grilled Corn on the Cob recipe
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Grilling corn seals in the flavor so each buttery, Parmesan-coated bite is as mouthwatering as the next. Skip the boiling—this is your new go-to recipe for summer.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
9/3/2006
This was good, but I have a better recipe. Brush corn with butter. Sprinkle a spicy cajun seasoning. Then wrap tightly in foil and bar-be-que for 25-30 minutes while rotating the corn.
posted:
9/2/2006
I tried this recipe once on my grill; it was OK, but I really prefer my microwave recipe for corn on the cob.
posted:
8/30/2006
We LOVE this recipe! We make it every time we grill out now.
posted:
8/30/2006
This is a great recipe, but like many others, I prefer the corn to be all prepared before wrapping in foil placing on the grill. Makes for easier entertaining. Also have a suggestion which I found to be quite tasty.....Instead of the butter, brush the corn with mayo, roll in the parmesan cheese, sprinkle on whatever spices you like. Chili powder, old bay, paprika, etc. Don't add extra salt though, the cheese and spices have enough!
posted:
8/30/2006
I made it for my brother;s "Going Away to Bootcamp" BBQ and everyone loved it. We also made the sweet chicken kabobs and that was a smash.
posted:
8/29/2006
My whole family loves corn on the cob, we have tried this recipe and now we love it more. It adds an incredible taste.
posted:
8/29/2006
One can also wrap the ears up in non-stick aluminum foil with all the topping and it'll melt in as it's cooked. That's what I do.
posted:
8/29/2006
It's even better if you leave it in the husk! Peel back the husk and remove the strings...then put the husk back up. Soak the corn in the husk in water at least 30 minutes before putting it on the grill. Then follow recipe as noted...to serve, peel back the husk, slather it with a garlic/onion/pepper butter and enjoy! The kernels will pop!
posted:
8/29/2006
this is a great recipe for grilled corn. I have been looking for a recipe like this for some time.Thank you we love it.
posted:
8/29/2006
All I have to say is my whole family loved it.
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