Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Grilled Corn on the Cob - A Perfect

I've always had a great fondness for sweetcorn.Whether it's come fresh, frozen or canned.No matter how  the Corn is processing, they  still hold their taste, fibers and sweetness.

Recently, we had  picked a bunch of very sweeter and delicious Corn on Cob from PYO. Also, we got a chance to eat them raw, straight off the plant. Oh heaven, I've never tried one since my childhood. Totally awesome you know, even my little Prince enjoyed eat them raw.

 In most of the cases, I eat the boiled Corn on its own.Thus, sometime we do made a  fancy go by adding salt, pepper and a drizzle of butter and also chilli powders for zesty flavor.

But I've never thought about grilling a Corn at home before.So this time we made one.For me its yum, There is simply nothing better than a Freshly Grilled Corn on the Cob on this cold Autumn weather.

Obviously this is no recipe post.Since everyone know how to cook and grill a Corn on the Cob.But this simple note of mine might be help me in future.

For boiling a Corn, do not add salt while boiling a corn.The best cooking time for a Con on the Cob is 10 to 15 minutes depending the size of the corn.

For grilling, place the corn in their husks on the hot grill. Turn the Corn occasionally until the husks are charred on all sides, about 15minutes. Then serve the Corn with a choice of yours.

Mine I boiled the Corn first and grilled just enough sear.I served the grilled corn with a mixture of salt , peppers, lemon juice, butter and at the end I sprinkled smoked paprika. I love the smoky and sweet flavor of the grilled corn.

 I hope you all enjoy this  post as much as I do xoxoxo...



Nice photos Kavis
I like!

R said...

nice click and tips.

Sharmilee! :) said...

Wow looks delicious, anytime fav yum yum

An Open Book said...

so so tru, i recently enjoyed a couple of them and im thinking of picking up some more..i dab some chaat masala on it and its amazing :)

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