Thursday, February 16, 2012

Grilled Corn

One of our favorite vegetables is corn. It doesn't matter how it's fixed...we gobble it up! Last night we took a dozen ears of corn we vacuum sealed from the garden last summer and cooked them on the grill. When it's been really cold outside, I've fixed it in the oven and it's just as good!
INGREDIENTS:
Fresh corn
Butter or margarine
Seasonings of your choice


DIRECTONS:
Pre-heat oven or grill to 350 degrees.


Remove husks and silks and rinse off corn.


Tear off strips of aluminum foil about 8" in length.  Lay corn on a diagonal on the foil. 
Slather butter or margarine on all sides of corn. Sprinkle with salt and pepper or, our personal favorite, Lawry's garlic salt with parsley flakes. 
Fold in sides first; then wrap the side closest to you over and roll the corn up so that the butter won't ease out when it's cooking.


Grill or bake (on a baking sheet) for approximately 15 minutes. I recommend rolling them every five minutes.
We like to move them to the top rack when we turn off the grill and let them stay warm until we eat.




No comments:

Post a Comment