One of God’s foods that we can’t decide if it is a grain or a vegetable. I really don’t care, I just know I love it! Corn! I love corn on the cob, corn off the cob, corn nuggets (which I have found a recipe I’m soon gonna try), cornbread, corn muffins, corn casserole. You get the idea! I love corn!
I have always boiled my corn on the cob, because that is the way my mother did it. Now that I have discovered grilling it, I probably won’t boil it again. My mom would be ok with that, because she loved to try new recipes as well!
Grilled Corn on the Cob
- Corn still in the husks
- Butter, softened
- Italian Seasoning (you could also try chili powder, seasoned salt, or whatever flavor you are in the mood for.)
Putting It All Together
Let them soak for about 30 minutes. This keeps the husks from burning while on the grill.
After the corn has soaked, lift them out of the water and let the extra water drain off. Sorry, no picture of this.
Place on grill at med-low heat and grill for 25-30 minutes turning every 10 or so minutes. We also made Grilled Bacon Wrapped Chicken with Ham and Cheese . Yummy!!!
Honestly, if your corn isn’t in the husks, you can also wrap the corn in foil to grill it. If it isn’t a good day for grilling, you cn also cook it in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.