Grilled Corn

Grilled Corn

Another way to cook corn and you can do it on a grill. It won't have that pristine "boiled" look, though, but it has a great taste.

Pull down the outer husks as you would normally, but don't break them off, just clean off all of the silk. Then put the husks back over the corn.

Soak the corn in water for at least 30 minutes so that the husks are thoroughly wet all the way through.

Put the corn (still in husks) on the grill and grill over hot coals for a few minutes on each side, turning regularly, until the husks are pretty much blackened all around.

The corn will come out brownish and sweet, the heat from the fire will caramelize the natural sugar. Really good stuff and you can do it all outside, too.



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