This recipe came from yesterday's newspaper. I haven't tried it yet but I plan to on the Fourth of July. Sounds deLISH!
Corn is at its best when grilled on the barbecue, and the lime-cilantro butter complements its smoky flavor Cook:30m
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Makes enough for 6 ears of corn. From the newspaper. Works well for grilled corn too. Just pop the ingredients in a food processor and ta-da!
This is a wonderful way of preserving the fresh taste of summer corn and one less pot to worry about cleaning.
From an episode entitled "Emeril Salutes Houston" back in 2002 we've used this butter on ALL our grilled corn.
we fix this on a gas grill, but I am sure it could be done on a charcoal grill as well..be sure to allow at least 2 hours soak time before attempting to...
I am not a fan of Corn on the cob. But I found a way to make it interesting and very flavorful.
I have made this a few times, you can add a little cayenne to the chili powder for an extra kick.
When corn is ripe and juicy, this is a great way to make it even better.
Came up with this idea on the fly for the Greek Forum recipe challenge. Old world meets New World. Opa!
salt, +butter, +corn, +olive oil, +basil, +parsley, +mint, +garlic, +oregano, +cinnamon, +cumin, +black pepper, +sugar
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