To me, few things say summer like sweet, buttery corn on the cob. Now, the worst way to prepare corn on the cob is to boil away all the flavor. Instead, take it to the grill. Grilling corn is quick and easy and there are so many ways to season it, so fresh cobs can be taken straight from the grill to the plate. These BBQ corn recipes are perfect for any occasion and can be grilled or smoked in small or large batches.
This is the general method for grilling corn on the cob, which uses the husks to help retain moisture. However, try pull out as much silk as you can before hand.
Packed with southwestern flavors under the husks of these corn cobs, then grilled to perfection, the end result is a delicious side dish, guaranteed to please your guests.
Truly sensational, this salad uses the grilled corn, ranch dressing, and poblano peppers to kick up the flavor. Try this with a Southwestern style grilled pork loin of beef roast at your next get together.
6. Kick'n Corn
Hot sauce can be made up to 4 days in advance and kept refrigerated. To use, simply warm the sauce before brushing it onto corn.
Perfect for large quantity cooking, this savory corn butter compliments the sweetness of BBQ'd corn. Make the butter ahead of time and store in refrigerator for up to 3-4 days. Try with a nice grilled fish, steak, or burgers.