Monday, May 31, 2010

Grilled Corn on the Cob

Posted by Lori:

This recipe is something that I remember my brother-in-law, Ken, making years ago.  We never tried making it ourselves because he always made it for family cookouts.  But, since he moved away from here a few years ago (and we miss his great cooking abilities!), we decided to try it ourselves. 

The kids and I gave my husband a new grill for his birthday in April, so we're enjoying trying all sorts of new grilling recipes.  Another brother-in-law, Bruce, who's also a great "griller", promised to send some more recipes our way.  We're definitely looking forward to trying those, as well!

Grilled Corn on the Cob

Fresh corn on the cob
Paper towels (good quality)
Aluminum foil

Remove corn husks and silk.  Wash corn on the cob, removing any remaining silk.  Pour milk into bowl.
 Dip good quality paper towel into milk.  Wrap corn on the cob in milk-soaked paper towel.

 Wrap in aluminum foil twisting ends for handles.  Grill on medium heat (about 350 degrees) for 30 minutes.  Turn over and grill 30 more minutes. 

Remove foil and paper towel (careful - it will be very hot!).  Serve with butter and lots of napkins :).  Delicious!

Even our non-corn-eating children said this was the BEST corn ever!  It's very sweet!

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1 comment: said...

Oh so delicious !!! :P thank you for this delicious share...

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