A Simple Trick for Grilling Corn on the Cob


A great little trick that will help you grill flawless corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn.

I have a great little trick that will help you grill delicious corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn. Want to know my secret?

A great little trick that will help you grill flawless corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn.

I almost always grill corn when we have people to our house. They are one of my many hosting tips to keep a party stress-free actually. My friends, Noelle and Kyle, were the ones that shared this method with us and we’ve never gone back.

Now that credit is properly given, here’s how to grill great corn on the cob:

Step One: Strip that corn down, baby. Remove the husk and little stringies.
A great little trick that will help you grill flawless corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn. Step Two: Wrap the corn in a damp paper towel. Not dripping but wet enough so you could squeeze a few drops out if needed. This gives the corn its own personal little steam bath while also allowing for it to get a little crispy on the edges.

A great little trick that will help you grill flawless corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn.Step Three: Wrap it up tightly in foil.
A great little trick that will help you grill flawless corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn.

Now do it again x10. Or however many cornies you’re making.

A great little trick that will help you grill flawless corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn.Step Five:  Preheat grill to 350-400. (Burners on medium). Once grill is warmed up, place corn on and close the lid. Let them cook for about 10 minutes. Now flip them over on the other side and give them another 10 minutes.

If you are only doing 3-4 ears of corn, reduce the cooking time by a few minutes.

Grilling great corn on the cob with this method will change your life!

Remove them from the heat and unwrap them when they are ready to eat.

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Add a little butter, salt, pepper, parmesan cheese, or whatever blows your skirt up.

A great little trick that will help you grill flawless corn on the cob. In fact, we will grill corn no other way after using this method. While you could easily boil corn on the cob, grilling corn brings out a different, richer flavor and adds that yummy char to the outside of the corn.

So delish!

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A Simple Trick for Grilling Corn on the Cob
 
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The simplest trick to guarantee the best grilled corn on the cob that you'll ever eat!
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Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 8-10 ears of corn
  • 8-10 pieces of aluminum foil
  • ½ stick butter (more or less depending on number of ears of corn)
  • Sea salt
  • Ground black pepper
Instructions
  1. Strip that corn down, baby. Remove the husk and little stringies.
  2. Wrap the corn in a damp paper towel. Not dripping but wet enough so you could squeeze a few drops out if needed. This gives the corn its own personal little steam bath while also allowing for it to get a little crispy on the edges.
  3. Wrap it up tightly in foil.
  4. Preheat grill to 350-400. (Burners on medium). Once grill is warmed up, place corn on and close the lid. Let them cook for about 10 minutes. Now flip them over on the other side and give them another 10 minutes.
  5. Remove them from the heat and unwrap them when they are ready to eat.
  6. Add a little butter, salt, pepper, parmesan cheese, or whatever blows your skirt up.




Comments

  1. Linde says

    “Or whatever blows your skirt up…” 😂😂😂

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