Easy grilled corn on the cob

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Grilled corn on the cob goes well with burgers, hot dogs, chicken and ribs (to name a few). Different flavors come out from the corn when grilled instead of boiled. - eattravellife.com

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Summer time makes life easier.  We grill more than we cook in the house due to the heat generated.  Grilled corn on the cob is one of our favorite side dishes to make.

It pairs easily with burgers, hot dogs, chicken and ribs (to name a few).

We make it easy with just salted butter and some time on the grill. Plan for 1-2 cobs of corn per person. If you are serving kids, cut the cob in half for easier serving.

What you’ll need:
6 ears of corn, husk and silk removed
6 sheets of aluminum foil big enough to roll the cobs of corn in
1 stick of salted butter

Take a piece of foil and place a cob of corn on it.  Add about 2 tablespoons of butter on the cob.

Close the foil over the corn and close the ends well so the butter doesn’t fall out.

Repeat for the rest of corn.

Place the corn on the grill and cook for 20-30 minutes on medium heat.

Cook to long and your corn will become chewy.

Grilled corn on the cob goes well with burgers, hot dogs, chicken and ribs (to name a few). Different flavors come out from the corn when grilled instead of boiled. - eattravellife.com

Grilled corn on the cob goes well with burgers, hot dogs, chicken and ribs (to name a few). Different flavors come out from the corn when grilled instead of boiled. - eattravellife.com

Grilled corn on the cob goes well with burgers, hot dogs, chicken and ribs (to name a few). Different flavors come out from the corn when grilled instead of boiled. - eattravellife.com Grilled corn on the cob goes well with burgers, hot dogs, chicken and ribs (to name a few). Different flavors come out from the corn when grilled instead of boiled. - eattravellife.com

Grilled corn on the cob goes well with burgers, hot dogs, chicken and ribs (to name a few). Different flavors come out from the corn when grilled instead of boiled. - eattravellife.com


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