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    Aug 2, 2010 10:44AM

    Parmesan Roasted Corn on the Cob

     

    Have you been boiling your fresh summer corn?  If you are, you are rinsing away all of the fresh flavor!  Once you have roasted it on the grill, you will never heat up a pot of water for your corn again.

     

    Parmesan Roasted Corn on the Cob

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    1/2 c. butter, softened

    1 c. grated Parmesan cheese

    1 tsp. sea salt (or kosher salt)

    1 tsp. ground pepper

    6 ears fresh corn, husk and silk removed

     

     

    DIRECTIONS

    Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat.

    In a medium size bowl combine butter, Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper.

    Spread the butter mixture in an even layer on each ear of corn. Wrap each ear of corn with heavy duty foil (or specially made grill foil) and place on the grill.

    Grill, turning occasionally, until the kernels begin to brown, about 20 minutes.

     

    0 Comments ~ Posted By GwennW
    Filed in: vegetable ~ Tagged with: corn on the cob, corn, grill
    posted by
    8/05/10

    Parmesan cheese sounds inspired! Grilling corn in the husk is by far the tastiest method, although I'll have to try this addition.


    posted by
    8/05/10

    How do you grill it in the husk, LeiraElle?


    posted by
    8/05/10

    Sounds yummy.


    posted by
    8/05/10

    hey emo_stacer, I think she just cooks it wrapped in tin foil, so you remove the husk and silk. I have done it this way with just butter but I am def. going to have to try this one too!


    posted by Anonymous
    8/06/10

    how do you grill it in the foil? Like do you have to open it once in a while to check if it's browned?


    posted by
    8/09/10

    Looks yummy...


    posted by
    8/10/10

    I always boil them first and then grill them. So juicy it's not even funny any more.


    posted by
    8/18/10

    I always eat them boiled only. Tried on the grill but didn't like it.



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