In season, there is nothing like summer corn especially Ontario grown corn cooked on the BBQ!
Most of the time we just boil some corn, smear some butter on it, season with salt & pepper and eat it off the cob. But once in a while, you might like to grill it, cut if off the cob and use it in corn salsa, relish, salads or as a side dish.
Grilling corn is easy. The trick is to not let it burn so don’t walk away from the grill once you start, at least not for too long. Here is a great way you might want to try at home.
Grilled Corn Ingredients:
• Corn on the cob
• Salt & Pepper
Prep the Grill & Corn
You can cook the corn in the husk, but you need to soak the corn in cold water for about 30 minutes so that plenty of moisture is inside the husk, otherwise it will burn easily. It takes about 10 minutes to cook it. After it’s been cooked, you can pull the husk back (without removing it), then grill it a couple of minutes on each side, then brush with butter, salt, and pepper. It’s great grilled. And leftover grilled corn makes great salsa!
Love and Corn