Herbed Corn on the Cob

"This is an adopted recipe from the Great Adoption of Feb 2005. Finally tried it out on 23 March 2009. This is a seriously good recipe."
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Ready In:
4 corn on a cob




  • Preheat oven to 400F or 210°C.
  • In a small bowl, combine butter and dried ingredients.
  • Place corn in aluminium foil and brush corn with herbed butter.
  • Wrap up well and put in oven for about 20 mins or so.
  • Enjoy.

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  1. megs_
    This was fantastic! :) Both DH & I loved the herbs and the flavor they brought out. Definitely a keeper - thanks for sharing!
  2. Bobbin
    This corn was too herbed for us. Neither my kids nor I cared for it. I still think corn on the cob is best with butter and salt and pepper.
  3. Margie99
    We really enjoyed this and I was a bit skeptical. My kids threatened to scrape the herbs off but once they took a bite I didn't hear another complaint. I think this is great when you already have the oven on and want another sidedish.
  4. Chef Mary Pie 10533
    Great recipe. I've served it many times all to rave reviews. It's a keeper!
  5. mdsn8577
    this was excellent and now will ba a family favorite. Qick-easy and yummy.


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