I'm declaring this the summer of sexy summer corn!
Nothing screams summer like sweet corn on the cob. Create edible art by tying back your corn husks and displaying a platter of these plump and flavorful beauties at your spring and summer gatherings. They're a perfect seasonal side dish and they simply sparkle on the table. This is such a fun and easy recipe for the entire family to enjoy. Get the littles involved, too! Cecily loves to help prepare these in the foil, and she loves getting her hands dirty as she enjoys the fruits (vegetables?) of her labor even more. Enjoy, friends!
Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 1 Hour
Yield: Serve 6-8
6-8 ears of corn
1 stick (8 tablespoons) salted butter
Olive oil spray
Flaky salt or sea salt
*Other Materials Needed:
Grill or grill pan
For a visual before preparing this recipe, watch how it’s made above or HERE.
For each ear of corn:
Peel back the husk and tie with hemp twine.
Spray a sheet of aluminum foil with olive oil spray. Scatter 3-4 cubes of butter along the foil. Sprinkle with flaky salt. Place the corn on top and fold up. Then wrap the husks in foil, as well.
Grill corn over medium-high heat for one hour, rotating throughout. Remove from grill, cool for 5 minutes and carefully unwrap, slather with butter. Serve warm on a platter.