Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Rosemary Corn on the Cob

In honor of Summer and the annual tradition of barbequing, I thought this would be a great time to share one of our absolute family favorite recipes – Rosemary Corn on the Cob! It is super easy, so don’t be intimated because you really can’t mess it up!

Corn on the Cob in the husk (I recommend getting extras because our kids always want more!)
Fresh Rosemary Sprigs (washed well)

Gently peel down the corn husks, being very careful to leave attached. Remove the silk strings. Sparingly spread a very thin layer of butter on a couple sides of each cob. Gently press two sprigs of rosemary on either sides of the cob and gently re-wrap the cob with the husks and tie a string around the husk to keep closed.

Add all the cobs to a large bowl of cold water and allow to soak for 15 minutes. This allows absorption of the water to facilitate steaming and to prevent them from catching fire while on the barbeque. Then add to barbeque on the edge of the grill or on a top rack (doesn’t need high heat). Allow them to cook for 15 minutes or so. You can peek at them to determine if they are done.

Enjoy! This is truly one of our family favorites that signals Summertime!


JLC July 21, 2009 at 12:20 PM  

Yum! I'll give it at try. I usually just douse them with olive oil, sprinkle some salt and wrap them in tinfoil before tossing them on the bbq. I have rosemary in the garden, this would be a good use of it!

Katie July 21, 2009 at 12:23 PM  

You will forever want to make corn this way... trust me. :) My boys LOVE it too.

Julie August 16, 2010 at 5:55 PM  

One word: YUM!
Julie ;)

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