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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.
10 min
30 min
4 servings
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Whenever we make corn on the cob, we make it on the grill. Before we wrap it in the foil, we add the butter, salt, pepper, etc then wrap it all up and throw it on the grill. Our 3 kids LOVE it. It's perfectly seasoned, no one needs to add extra butter or salt. And clean up is a snap!
Corn was dry. What you need to do is cover corn with butter (stick) and wrap in a moist paper towel (just wet with water) then wrap with aluminum. The butter soaks in and the paper towel keeps the corn moist. Less chance of burning corn. You can put other spices prior to wrapping. It's better to do before than after to have the flavors soak in.
this is a very yummy as well as simple way to prepare corn on the cob - we prepare corn this way all thru the season - sometimes we also add thin slices of vidalia onion before sealing up the aluminum foil (sweet & carmelly) or sometimes sprinkle in a little garlic salt - so it's a very versatile way of preparing corn too - go figure?
Fantastic is right! We make this corn pretty much whenever we fire up the BBQ for dinner. It's such a great side! Actually, we're having it tonight too.
We make this all the time now. It's sooo yummy!!
Very easy!
This was awesome!! I run a daycare and everyone wanted more!!!
Kept husk on pulled back and took silk strings out than raised husk back up and soaked corn for 1hr than put on grill. I use the cheese and butter and family enjoyed it on labor day
corn was sweet and it popped in your mouth.
I had never grilled corn on the cob but decided to try this recipe today with our steaks. We thought they were delicious. I started to use only butter and parsley and leave off the cheese as we usually only use it on pasta. Then I decided it was time to try something new and the entire family raved over the corn with that topping.
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