Topic Title: CORN ON THE COB
Created on April 12, 2008 at 06:33 PM

KEITH

DOES ANYONE KNOW OR HAVE A SUGGESTION ON HOW TO COOK CORN ON THE COB ON THI GRILL?

Shari B

If using the little frozen ears, after you put them in individual foil sheets, put butter salt and pepper on them, wrap them up good and put them on for about 20 minutes.

When the fresh stuff comes in, peel back the shucks,remove the "hair" put the shuck back in place, grill for about 30 minutes. test it, fresh corn varies by variety. ex, white usually does not take as long as the yellow variety.

now you have me ready for some fresh corn!!

oh by the way if you do get some fresh corn, buy some extra, you can peel back the shuck, clean it, put the shuck back in place, then put the ears in a doubled paper bag, close it good and put it in the freezer, but you will need to use it within a 3-4 months.


Cal

I've taken the entire corn (with husk/hair) and soak in bucket of water overnight.

Get a pitcher of melted butter ready.

Grill entire corn for about 1/2 hour, peel back husk, remove hair. Use husk / bottom of corn as handle. Dip in pitcher of melted butter.

Enjoy


joe

I pull back the husks, then remove the silk from the corn. i then replace the husk and soak the corn in a bucket of water for an hour are so. With the grill hot, i grill it until the husk start to brown, generally by then the corn is tender and ready to eat.

ROUND POUND

PUT CORN ON THE COBB DIRECTLY ON THE GRILL GET IT HOT, SQUIRT OR RUB BUTTER ON IT AND THEN SPRINKLE GARLIC POWDER ON IT. ROLL IT AROUND AND REPEAT ABOVE UNTIL GOLDEN BROWN..... THIS WILL MAKE YOUR TONGUE SLAP YOUR BRAIN!!!!

schleeb

Cal has it right... just pick the corn and soak it in water. Don't really need more than maybe 20 minutes..just to get water inside the husks. Lets it steam up better without drying out the corn. He's also right about the butter... obviously a conisseur of fine corn on the cob. Don't forget the popcorn salt though... just float it on.

Frank

I peel back the husk, butter and salt it. Then put the husk back and wrap in foil. Works great.

justabubba

cal has it right
and if you want something a bit different, prepare it like they do on carts in asia ... add soy sauce to the butter.

Mike

Corn on the cob cooked on the Holland grill is the best. I wash the corn, put butter on it, sprinkle it with seasoned salt (to taste) wrap it in alumin foil. Cook for 25 - 30 mintes.

Tom Kirkman

Mike,

Do you remove the hush or is corn on the Holland always cooked in the husk, foil or not? Thanks.


Tom Kirkman

By trial and error, I arrived at this method (some others may already be using it).

I shuck the corn and remove the silk. This is easy to do while the corn is still cold or at room temperature.

Place the corn on some aluminum foil and add butter and salt. Place on the Holland for 35 minutes, turning it at least once halfway through.

When you remove it from the grill, just tear open the foil and dump it on the plate. It's ready to eat. Best corn I've ever tasted.


donnie

I put it on the Holland just as it came off the stalk.. husk silk and and all. Let it cook for 40 mins and then shuck it and remove the silk. Butter and salt it and it's as good as you'll ever taste. Provided you used an good corn and not some feed corn/truckers favorite or other animal feed grade stuff

OKSteve

That's what we do also. We used to shuck, de-silk, etc. but then we found that if you just put it right on the grill as donnie said, the silk comes away with the husk after it's done! MUCH easier!

mikep

I jsut put it husk, silk and all on the holland 10 mins then rotate 1/4 turn 10 min. untill all 4 sides have a turn, pull off husks and silk with gloves and enjoy the corn have doen em like this for many years... i believe griolling em with the husks and silks make a more tastey ear of corn!!! Try it youll like it!!!