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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:
6/17/2006
I love this recipe. To make it low fat, spray the foil with Pam and then roast. Add the cheese when the corn is done. It works great in the oven also
posted:
6/14/2006
i have never grilled corn on the cob before and i was just wondering it says to soak the husks and ears in water for 2 hours...do you put the mayo mix on after it has been soaked or while soaking and do you add salt to the water??
posted:
6/11/2006
it gave my BBQ corn a marvelious great taste. my family really enjoyed it.
posted:
6/10/2006
you could also add a little red pepper to add a kick or montreal steak seasoning sprinkled on is also very good
posted:
6/5/2006
I loved this very easy to make and the kids loved "smashing" the butter with the cheese and herbs, it tasted wonderful I have told many of my friends and they used it at parties. It was a hit with everyone I know.
posted:
5/30/2006
Great idea during the heat. Keeps the humidity out of the kitchen and a very fresh taste without all of the soggy water of boiling. Much like steaming with more buttery flavor. Yum Yum :)
posted:
5/24/2006
actually turned out very well...a couple of added suggestions...soak the corn in the husk ( silks removed ) for about 30 minutes in cold water....that helps keep the corn sweet and juicy..also experiment with different butters...i used butter, sweet basil and a touch of grated parmesan cheese, but you can use almost anything
posted:
5/15/2006
it was so good and family and friends loved it
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