Leaving the Husks on While Grilling Corn
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We’ve eaten so much corn this year, I think it’s coming out of our ears! (Hee-hee, that was pretty funny.)
Seriously, our family has really enjoyed sweet, savory corn on the cob this summer, served several ways.
Recently we had dinner in Portland with our friends and they grilled it … in the husks!
How easy is that?
Corn on the cob cooked this way has a mild flavor, but it’s tender and juicy.
How to Grill Corn in the Husk
-Soak the corn in the husks (easiest in the sink or a bucket) for a least a half an hour.
-Pull them out of the water and lay them on the grill, turning ever 5 minutes or so.
-Cook until they are heated through, 15 – 30 minutes, depending on how many cobs you have on the grill.
-The husks and silk come off very easily.
After giving thanks for our dinner, the little kids usually raise their hands.
This time … it was the big kid. :)
What has been your favorite way of serving corn this summer?
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