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.
fantasic, wondeful the best corn, thank you kit
Superb tasting grilled corn on the cob! My new favorite way of preparing it, as it keeps the heat out of the kitchen on a hot summer's day. I knocked the recipe down to 4 ears of fresh Jersey Silver Queen corn. I seasoned the corn with Jane's Crazy Mixed Up salt after I sliced it off the ear. Thanks for posting such a unique idea. :D