By cipherbabe on August 27, 2007
Photo by lazyme
Photo by lazyme
"Very easy to do; great results. Of course, you can sprinkle any of your favorite seasonings on the corn after buttering."
Serving Size: 1 (125 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I have to admit, after preparing corn on the stove top, I was a little skeptical of this method...I was pleasantly surprised that I absolutely loved it! My husband did, too! This will definitely be a mainstay for our family!"
"Just tried this tonight, since it was too wet outside to grill the corn on the grill. Delicious and simple. Thank you!"
"Sprinkle a little powdered ranch on them along with the butter before wrapping them up for a tasty surprise! :)"
"This is the best way to make corn on the cob ever. Thanks!"
"This is so simple and so good. Great way of making corn on the cob. Thanks for sharing. Made for Cookbook Tag."
"This is a simple, delicious, mess-free way to make corn on the cob. This was easy to throw in with the entree I had going in the oven. Yum!"
"Simple and yummy! I also put them on a cookie sheet, and it worked out fine."
"Easier and better tasting than boiling...thank you for posting!"
"Much better than water-logged cobs boiled in water. Do remember to place a baking sheet underneath to catch any butter that may seep through the foil. Thanks for sharing a great technique! :)"
"Originally rated on 4/5/09 - This recipe made it into my book#266453. I may never boil corn on the cob again. This is a great technique. I loved that the butter was able to melt on the cob inside the foil. No mess! The corn stayed nice and crisp (I was afraid it wouldn't) and flavorful. I did 2 ears of corn for 20 minutes and salted them after unwrapping. Just fabulous, pure and simple! Note: use a cookie sheet to catch butter IF any butter should happen to escape the aluminum foil. ~Made for Spring PAC~"
"Sorry I haven't reviewed sooner! I have used this recipe all summer. This is easier than boiling and comes out perfectly every time! Thanks for posting!!"