Very god corn, and east to make too! I did add in a little sea salt with the butter and pepper and cooked mine for about 23 minutes; the DSs like their corn really soft. Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap #57.
Delicious! What an easy way to prepare corn. I love that the butter is included in the individual packets. I also really enjoyed the black pepper, which I've never tried on corn before! I will definitely be using this recipe all summer. Thank you!
Very Good. Thanks for sharing.
O.K...... Peter we already love and swear by your Honey Corn for the BBQ / Grill, and didnt think anything could beat it! But this way with corn one is just as good! It has great flavour and just as easy. The corn is just wonderful made this way, so juicy and so buttery. So easy and makes a great side dish for BBQ meat or even served on its own. Another great BBQ corn for this family. Thank Peter.
Just got Dad's old BBQ & knew to check your recipes for ideas :-) This corn was absolutely DELICIOUS & so easy, thanks for the recipe. We didn't halve the corn, & the only addition I made was to crush a fresh garlic clove to rub over each cob because I actually thought that was in your recipe (yes I do love garlic that much LOL). I will never boil or steam corn EVER again.
I made this for *Zaar World Tour III* - Our family all enjoy corn, this recipe was so simple, preparation time was a few minutes, it make a perfect side dish and it tasted very yummy. Thank you Peter J
Very good, lots of pepper and butter , I also threw in a lot of sliced garlic, Our bbq is not working so I did them in a 400f degree oven, turned out delicious!! Thanks for making it simple and tasty too.
Peter: Quick, easy and tasty, what more do I need. Used lemon pepper instead of just black pepper. Thanks for sharing.
You've done it again, Peter! Deliciously lip-burning..LOL I cooked inside, but was still an excellent corn-on-the-cob--slathered in butter and fresh ground black pepper... woooo hooo! Made for ZWT3.
Great! We love grilled corn and we love pepper. Never thought to marry the two! Wonderful! These came out great and the directions were claer and concise. Thanks Peter!