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.
What You Need
Corn on the cob
Barbecue grill ( or broiler)
Salt and pepper
Seasoning of your choice ( fresh garlic, or basil finely chopped)
Aluminum Foil ( optional)
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?
I’ve always soaked the corn and grilled it in the husks but I’m changing my tune!
Daniela @frugal ain't cheap says
I always end up looking at recipes online when I am hungry!!! this looks deicious!
Little Susie Home Maker says
Yummy. I love getting fresh corn this time of year!
Nicole Robinson says
This looks delicious!! I will definetely have to give it a try!
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.
andrea cammarata says
SCRUMPTIOUS!!!!! I want it for breakfast!!!! hugs my friend and tons of hugs to Mr. IZZY!!!! ; )
I never thought to broil corn!
Alex J. Cavanaugh says
We usually just boil it, but it does taste better grilled.
Shady Del Knight says
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!
Ms. A says
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.
The Farmer's Daughter says
This looks so good! I’m planning to try it this week. . .