Prep 1 hr
Cook 30 mins
Just wait until to you taste this corn, soaking in milk takes the corn to another level! also see my Kittencal's Milk Boiled Corn on the Cob
- 6 ears corn, husks and silks removed (or use as many as you like that will fit into the pan)
- 1 quart milk (can use half milk and water)
- butter, softened
- salt and pepper
- Place the corn into a 13 x 9-inch dish or use a dish large enough to hold the corn and milk.
- Pour the milk over the corn.
- Allow to sit for minimum 1 hour or even longer turning the cobs in the milk frequently (if you are leaving the corn in the milk longer you will need to refrigerate).
- Drain the cobs well on paper towels or clean tea towels (do not rinse the cobs in water).
- Brush each cob generously with soft butter, the season with salt and pepper.
- Wrap each cob tightly in a piece of foil.
- Grill or about 30 minutes on medium-high turning occasionally.
wow, this was a great way to plump up those corn kernels. The corn was tender and so yummy. Thanks for this great technique!...Gina
Wonderful way to make corn-on-the cob when you don't want to heat up the kitchen by boiling water. You couldn't find an easier method either. The milk makes the corn nice and tender. I used seasoning salt in place of the S&P. Delicious Carol.
Made for Grilling Tag in KK"s forum.
I really enjoyed the corn this way, although I must admit I didn't follow directions very well. I was in a hurry, so soaked the corn in milk about an hour, then boiled in water for 10 minutes, then in the milk for about 4 minutes. Then I took it and threw it on the grill for about 8 minutes. It got a nice char and was really flavorful! Thanks! Made for your Grilling game at Kittencal's Kitchen.