Corn on the Cob-Oven or BBQ
Corn on the cob-oven or BBQ is sure to become your new favorite way to prepare it. An easy, mess free way to bring this summer golden glow to your table. And your corn stays moist with it’s flavor locked in.
1 Cob of Corn per person
Unsalted Butter (or margarine or margarine spread)
- Husk the cobs of corn and remove the silk.
- For each cob, place 1 piece of rectangular aluminum foil large enough to wrap it on your counter or tabletop.
- Place a cob of corn on the piece of aluminum foil.
- Spread the butter or margarine on the cob.
- Salt and pepper to taste at this point if desired.
- Wrap up the cob and seal tightly.
- Repeat steps 2-6 for the remainder of the corn cobs.
- To bake in the oven, preheat the oven at 350 F. Place the rack on the bottom.
- Bake for 30-45 minutes.
- To save time, cook your meat dish such as Montreal Spice Pork Chops or a casserole in the oven at the same time.
- Remove the corn cobs from the oven. Unwrap carefully and place on each plate. Salt and pepper to taste if you haven’t already done so.
- Cleanup is so easy. Just recycle the aluminum foil. Or, like me, because we save and sell scrap metal, I put my aluminum foil in a separate pile just for that purpose.
- Preheat the BBQ as usual.
- Bake for 30-45 minutes, turning the cobs over a few times.
- To save time, cook the cobs while you BBQ your favorite meat. Whether that is a simple burger, steak, chicken, or even pork chops.
- Remove the cobs from the BBQ. Unwrap carefully and place a cob on each plate. Salt and pepper to taste if you haven’t already done so.
- No messy butter or margarine on the table. Cleanup is so easy. Just recycle the aluminum foil. Or, make a little bit of side money by saving and selling scrap metal. Put your aluminum foil in a separate pile for this purpose.
Cob on the Cob-Oven or BBQ
Recipe from: Free Stuff 4 Daily Needs Cookbook, page 74
Recipe contributor: Theresa Buker
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