Ingredients

How to make it

  • Soak the ears of corn in cool water for about two hours.
  • Remove any excess silks or "stray" husks.
  • Place on a preheated bbq grill on low or in indirect heat.
  • Cook for about 35 minutes, turning with tongs every 5 minutes. Keeping the lid closed.
  • The outer husks will get black and ashy but don't worry, inside will be steamy and sweet.
  • Remove all the husks and silks (which are now steamed and will come off very easily).
  • Serve with butter, salt and pepper or like I eat it, just hot and right off the cob.
  • NOTE: If you time it right your grilled meat will be done just about the same time.

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  • mbalmr 5 years ago
    Our corn didn't grill all the way in 35 minutes, so we ended up boiling the ears for a few minutes after grilling. We grilled the chicken first, then kept it warm in the oven. I wonder if our coals were no longer hot enough, OR if we over stuffed the grill?? We tried to grill more than six ears at a time. Is that where we went wrong??

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  • markeverett 5 years ago
    mbalmr, I hope you enjoy the corn! I have been so busy the past couple of weeks that I haven't cooked much of anything!
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  • mbalmr 5 years ago
    I'm going to try this tonight on my step-pigs, who requested corn on the cob with dinner. We're grilling chicken leg quarters anyway. I was really worried about the silk, but I feel better now. Thanks for an informative post for a novice like me!!! I'm nost grateful!
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    " It was excellent "
    linebb956 ate it and said...
    Summer is meant to be simple! Great post..
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    " It was excellent "
    jett2whit ate it and said...
    thank goodness for the simple things in life!
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