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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:
7/2/2013
Very, very yummy! The kids loved it too!
posted:
6/11/2013
i agree with a cook....pull husk back remove silk. soak in salt water . then brown on grill... best ever
posted:
8/21/2012
Loved the flavor
posted:
7/28/2012
This is the best grilled corn ever! Everyone at the cook-out loved it. The corn goes great with the American Classic Potato Salad. :)
posted:
7/5/2012
These are perfect instructions for grilling moist hot corn on the cob. The seasoned butter is so good, and I must admit that I also made the sauce from the Lime Mayo Corn salad and put that on the table also. SCRUMPTIOUS!
posted:
7/4/2012
Are you selling foil? Why would you go through the trouble of taking the husk off just to wrap the corn in foil to grill? Put the corn husk and all directly on the grill and turn frequently until the outer husk has browned lightly. Peel the husk and silk back (it will be hot so use a pair of clean gloves if your hands are tender) and then spread with the flavored butter.
posted:
7/3/2012
I followed the recipe but did not like it not did my husband. I found the taste of the spread took away the corn taste. I only grill my corn and do not use foil at all. Just a little olive oil brushed on then grilled. Just butter for me
posted:
6/10/2012
This was the first time I barbecued corn on the cob and it was the best. I left out the cheese but the corn was great. Try this and you'll never boil corn on the cob again!
posted:
5/29/2012
I tried this at a family BBQ. Before wrapping the corn in foil I spread it with butter and spinkled it with garlic salt. Afterwards I left the parmesean out of those who wanted it. The corn was so good! With and without the Parm!! Can't wait to make again!
posted:
10/3/2011
I love cooking corn cobs on the grill!
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