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« on: April 14, 2008 02:51:16 PM »

I personally have never grilled corn before. My MIL attempted but it turned all ashy and still was raw. This year, I decided to do it my way. So here is my step by step Corn Grilling Procedure. :-) I am missing a few pictures but you'll get the drift.... It's only corn. :-) Enjoy!

Soak your corn for at least 15 minutes. (For a clean grill, I peeled off the outside and cut off the corn silk on top)

Place on Grill at Medium/High Heat. (I placed on perforated foil as to not burn and get ashes everywhere). Leave on first side for 10minutes. Rotate (opposite) side and grill for 10 minutes. Rotate last 2 sides 5-10 minutes each.

you will still get grill marks (flavor) but no burns.

I started eating it before I remember pictures. You will notice I cheated one side of time and it's not as cooked as the rest.

Add some butter, salt and enjoy. :-)

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« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2008 03:11:02 PM »

yummmmmmm I loove grilled corn!!!

   also, for another way, my mom grills it by individually wraps em (comes in handy for BBQ parties--which we have often) in foil and they don't get burnt either....hmm, now I'm realllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllyyyyyy hungry..... *sigh*

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« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2008 03:14:32 PM »

So, soaking is the key! Thank you!
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« Reply #3 on: April 14, 2008 03:22:42 PM »

Oh YUMMMMMM. I have bookmarked this thread. We dont have a grill though. Do you think it would work on a stove or not really?  Undecided

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« Reply #4 on: April 14, 2008 03:24:18 PM »

we grill corn a lot but we shuck ours first...then throw them near the back so they dont burn...then we butter a slice of bread to add butter to the corn Cheesy easier than dirtying dishes and we usually eat bread and butter with our meals so it doesnt get wasted... Wink ps we use a charcoal grill though Wink
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« Reply #5 on: April 14, 2008 09:09:47 PM »

Yes... Soaking is the key. basically you are steaming them in the husk.

When I was discussing with our neighbor, she pulls the husk back, takes out the silk, adds butter and wraps up in the husk and foil. I believe the foil helps with the husks not to burn and have a mess. If I was grilling more than corn, I'd individually wrap them.

When my MIL did them, she just wrapped them in foil and threw them on the grill. It didn't turn out well.

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