- Corn on the Cob
- Butter or margarine for serving
Step 2: Soak Corn
To add moisture during cooking, soak the corn in water. To keep it submersed, you may want to place a heavy dish on top. Soak for about 30 minutes.
Step 3: Heat the Barbecue
Preheat the barbecue to about 350-400 degrees F.
Step 4: Dry the Corn
To get the corn ready to place on the grill, pat dry to remove any excess water.
Step 5: Grill
Place the corn on the grill, away from direct flame.
Rotate the corn every 5-10 minutes and grill for about 30 minutes.
Step 6: Get Ready to Serve
If you’ve kept your heat steady and didn’t place the corn over direct flame, your corn won’t be blackened as you may have seen it in the past. Remove the corn with tongs and let stand for a few moments. The husks are very hot!
When you’re ready, remove the husks, add butter and salt…and enjoy!