Grilled Corn On The Cob

Grilled Corn on the Cob-

In our area corn is is at every corner road side stand stand. I love the taste of grilled corn. Grilling corn on the cob is eazy peazy.

grilled corn katherines corner

What You Need

Corn on the cob

Barbecue grill ( or broiler)

Canola Oil


Salt and pepper

Seasoning of your choice ( fresh garlic, or basil finely chopped)

Aluminum Foil ( optional)

Large bowl

Basting brush

Before you Start: Preheat the grill to 350° Remove the husk and the silks and rinse under cool water  ( if you are prefer to leave the husk on please see below in Katies Tid Bits) Fill a large bowl with cold water and place the corn in the water for about 15 minutes.

Lets Make It! Tear off a square of aluminum foil big enough to completely cover your corn cob. Place the corn in the center of the foil and rub the garlic all over the corn, using a basting brush, brush the corn with oil , sprinkle with salt and pepper and wrap the foil closed around the corn cob. Place on your barbecue  grill. Cook for about 20-25 minutes, rotating the corn regularly until fork tender( juice squirts out when poked with fork). Carefully remove the corn from the foil ( use pot holders! Place the corn on the grill to char and turn ( do not leave on the grill). Add butter and serve!

Do you grill corn on the cob in the husk or in aluminum foil?


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  1. This looks so good! I’m planning to try it this week. . .

  2. We used to grill it in foil, but it’s been a very long time. I love corn and this makes me want to cook out! (but the skeeters and heat make me think twice about it) Maybe when the weather cools down.

  3. Hi, Katie! I grew up in a rural area and among my earliest memories were the many times we cooked corn in the husk on an outdoor fireplace. I learned to love corn prepared by that method, particularly white corn. Soggy, canned yellow corn was my least favorite choice. I hope you and Izzy have a wonderful week, dear friend!

  4. We usually just boil it, but it does taste better grilled.

  5. I never thought to broil corn!

  6. andrea cammarata says:

    SCRUMPTIOUS!!!!! I want it for breakfast!!!! hugs my friend and tons of hugs to Mr. IZZY!!!! ; )

  7. We don’t eat a lot of corn, but we do love it in a salad and also grilled. This looks so good, Katherine. Now, I’m going to be wanting grilled corn all day.

  8. Nicole Robinson says:

    This looks delicious!! I will definetely have to give it a try!

  9. Yummy. I love getting fresh corn this time of year!

  10. I always end up looking at recipes online when I am hungry!!! this looks deicious!

  11. I’ve always soaked the corn and grilled it in the husks but I’m changing my tune!


  1. […] Labor day weekend traditionally has us ( hubby, Izzy and I)  going on a little road trip to buy some ambrosia corn on the cob. You can find our previous trip HERE . We buy it from a local farmers market. We eat until our bellies are full then we freeze the rest to enjoy during the winter months.You can find my grilled corn recipe HERE. […]

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