Quick and Easy Corn on the Cob
There’s nothing quite like fresh corn on the cob in the summertime. I grew up eating it straight off the cob, slathered in butter and sprinkled with salt. It’s one of my all-time favorite memories from childhood.
These days, I still enjoy corn on the cob, but I like to mix things up a bit. One of my favorite ways to eat it is to grilled Corn on the Cob with Herb Butter. The butter melts right into the kernels and infuses them with flavor.
Corn on the Cob
- 1/4 cup water
- 3 ears corn, husks on
- 2 tablespoons butter, melted
- Preheat your grill to medium-high heat.
- In a small bowl, combine the water and butter.
- Grill the corn for 4 minutes, turning occasionally and brushing with the butter mixture.
- Serve immediately!
- Calories: 107
- Fat: 7 g
- Saturated Fat: 4 g
- Cholesterol: 16 mg
- Sodium: 72 mg
- Carbohydrates: 11 g
- Fiber: 2 g
- Sugar: 5g
- Protein : 2g
How long should I boil the corn on the cob?
No matter what variety of corn on the cob you’re cooking, boiling is always a quick and easy option. For most varieties, 3-5 minutes in boiling water is all it takes. However, if your corn is fresh and still has the husk on, you’ll need to boil it for about 10 minutes.
Do you boil water before putting corn in?
Do you boil water before putting corn on the cob in? Yes, you need to boiling water before adding corn on the cob. This will help cook the corn evenly. Otherwise, you run the risk of having undercooked or raw kernels.
Is corn on the cob better boiled or steamed?
Steaming corn on the cob is better than boiling it. Boiling water can leach out some of the sweetness and flavor from the corn, while steaming helps to preserve these qualities. In addition, steamed corn is less likely to become mushy or overcooked than boiled corn.