Amanda's StoryHonestly, you don't necessarily have to grill this corn, you can boil it first and drain it and then roll it in the seasonings, if you prefer not to grill it.
cayenne pepper to taste
garlic powder to taste
salt and pepper to taste
butter, softened (unsalted)
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ears corn, husked and cleaned.
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1Preheat grill for medium-high heat.
2In a medium bowl, mix together the chili powder, oregano, onion powder, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Blend in the softened butter. Apply this mixture to each ear of corn, and place each ear onto a piece of aluminum foil big enough to wrap the corn. Wrap like a burrito, and twist the ends to close.
3Place wrapped corn on the preheated grill, and cook 20 to 30 minutes, until tender when poked with a fork. Turn corn occasionally during cooking.
About this Recipe
Sandra Dillon Sandy1967kitchen - Aug 14, 2012
Oh my! This puts a new taste on the already devine vegtable.
nancy carter blackorchid - Aug 23, 2012
leave husk on corn soak in cold water for 1/2 hr r so and put corn on warm grill till done.i like it without butter.
Amanda Klich amandaklich11 - Dec 2, 2012
You can tweak any recipe to your liking. The above recipes I post do NOT have to be done up the exact same way, this is my post and I just write how I like it cooked, I understand everybody is different. I did however explain you "wrap" the corn which means the husks are in fact already left on. I do not soak it because it seems to shrivel it up since I grill it or cook it over open fire. I did not say you absolutely must eat it with butter. Skip whatever you do not like in the recipe, I don't care. I don't feel that last comment was really necessary. If it's how you like YOUR corn recipe, then you write a recipe on your own.
Donna Rouse Granny2013 - Aug 10, 2013
I like this recipe just as written. Thank you for sharing