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A quick note on grilled corn

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Very minor note here folks but a time saver.  When making corn in the husk on the grill instead of a piece of twine it is very easy to keep the husk in place with just a little cone of aluminum at the top of the husk.

 

 

post #2 of 6

I don't tie it, just toss it on the grill lol.gif a little char at the tip adds a different flavor.

post #3 of 6

Try it sans the husk,,,,Elote style....nice char, then when served , brush with mayo thinned with fresh lime juice, then coated with a mixture of parmesan cheese, chili powder, cumin and salt.

Good stuff!

post #4 of 6

I strip the husk and silk, apply butter, then wrap in foil.  I have tried the husk on, but wrapped in foil has been easier.

post #5 of 6

I grilled this in the fire pit recently.. I wish it still had the husk on it but still came out amazing with great charchole flavor

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post #6 of 6

I love grilled corn on the cob.. but my buddy's gf sent me this link. Better book an appointment with a cardiologist before ingesting: Corn

"The moral of this story is not everything that's slick is non-stick, and not everything non-stick is slick."
— Alton Brown

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"The moral of this story is not everything that's slick is non-stick, and not everything non-stick is slick."
— Alton Brown

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