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Topic Title: good grill corn recipe
Created on April 25, 2010 at 07:02 PM

jeff

hello every one i was seeking a great receipe for grilled corn on the cobb with butter and seasoning do you wrap it in foil to cook it on the holland epic grill just let me know thank you jeff

Vicki

We just put it on the grill in the husk, then butter it after it comes off. We so soak it in water before grilling it.

papabake

how long should you soak

Jim

I soak my fresh corn ,still in the husk,about 1 hr then put it on the grill and cook it.when it's done the husk and silk come off easily and i'm ready to chow down.Oh be sure to shake the corn before putting on the grill

jwh

How long does it take for corn on the grill? Also, do I need to turn the ears?

howard

soak it in water for couple hours or so, put on 1/2 grid [holds about10 ears or so ] and 40 minutes later ready to eat

p.s. howard

in husk no foil

Tom Kirkman

After a lot of experimenting I have settled on this method for the best corn I've ever eaten.

I shuck and clean the corn and cover it liberally with butter. Then sprinkle Carolina Seasoning all over it.

Wrap tightly in foil and put on the preheated HOlland for a total of 35 minutes. I turn it a bit after every 10 minutes. Do so quickly, however, as you don't want the lid open for more than a very few seconds at a time.


TerryO

You're all forgetting the best ingredient! Don't forget the "Jane's Krazy Mixed Up Salt"!!! Once you try this on corn on the cobb you'll never be without it! they also have Krazy Mixed Up Pepper if you want to spice it up even more, it's like cajun corn on the cobb! Grocery stores carry it in the spice isle.