During the summer months (Okay, okay, during the winter too), corn is one of our staple side dishes at-home. Usually, we grill it in the husk on the BBQ with butter, though delicious that can get boring. Here are some fantastic corn on the cob recipes to bring some excitement to the classic summer side dish.
Lemon Garlic Glazed Corn on the Cob
Lemon garlic glazed corn on the cob sounds like it tastes like summer. Using ingredient that you probably already have on hand, you can transform the corn into something delicious, perfectly served for a summer side dish.
Corn on the Cob with Mint Feta Butter
My mouth is watering at the thought of serving this with delicious chicken skewers, tzatziki sauce and homemade pitas. One of my favorite parts of this recipe is that you can make the mint butter ahead of time, chill it and have it ready to go for the perfect corn.
Classic Grilled Corn In Husk
This classic way to cook corn creates a delicious, mouth-watering flavour that will bring you back to your childhood, and the first time you picked up the ears of corn to eat with two hands. Simply cut off excess husk on either side, soak in water, and grill for 15 minutes or until husks are black, and serve with butter.
Corn on the Cob with Chipotle Scallion Butter
Reviewers have suggested to cut the butter in half for this recipe, and I have to say I agree. Though it was delicious on potatoes and bread, you just don’t need that much. Try it with 3/4 of the suggested butter in the recipe, and stick the peeled corn in foil, with the butter to seal in those flavours.
Mexican Grilled Corn on the Cob
Delicious mexican flavours and grilling the corn to get that signature charred flavour makes this one something you’re going to want to serve to guests with adventurous tastebuds. It’s an at-home take on a popular streetfood in Mexico, and an easy recipe that you’re going to be coming back to again and again.
Cuban Corn on the Cob
Fresh herbs like parsley, cilantro come together with ears of corn and parmesan cheese to create the richest corn you’re going to taste this summer. Easy to do with fresh herbs, widely available in your garden or the supermarket, the Cuban corn on the cob is one you have to try.
Maple Bourbon Butter Corn on the Cob
Trish Deseiene says, “Make the sauce by bubbling 200ml Bourbon, 100ml maple syrup & 150g salted butter in a pan for 3 mins or so. Let it cool then slather it over the peeled corn cobs before digging in.”
Corn on the Cob with Curry Coconut Butter
Sometimes, I’ve got mad cravings for curry. During those times, I try to find easy ways to create the flavours at-home, and during the summer it’s easy with recipes like this. Four simple ingredients come together to create a curry coconut butter that’s going to fill up you mouth with flavour.
Bacon Wrapped Corn on the Cob
Yes, I said bacon. This recipe is so simple, you can fix it with foil and put it away until it’s time to prepare dinner. If you’ve got a bacon-lover at home you’re going to want to try this recipe the next time you’re grilling. It’s easy!
Avocado Slathered Corn on the Cob
Healthier than butter with a nice flavour on top, this delicious corn on the cob recipe will leave you reaching for another ear of corn. Ancho peppers add the flavour and avocado the delicious buttery texture, making it a better choice.