Parmesan Corn On The Cob

"When corn is ripe and juicy, this is a great way to make it even better."
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  • Mix first 3 ingredient.
  • Set aside.
  • Bring water to boil, add corn; boil for 8 minutes.
  • Drain well.
  • Brush with butter mix.
  • Salt to taste.

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  1. ratherbeswimmin
    Have mercy!! The corn in our garden is not ready yet but I got some good and fresh ears from the Farmer's Market. This was outstanding. From now on this is the only way I will fix fresh corn on the cob. Thanks Inez. You rock!!
  2. KeyWee
    Excellent!! I have made corn this way twice already (both times for guests) and it's been a hit each time - no one even asked for extra butter. This has become THE WAY to eat corn around our house! Thanks, Inez!
  3. AmandaLynn
    Excellent corn!! For the Italian seasonings, I used Hidden Valley Ranch "Italian Dressing Mix". We loved the zing!
  4. heather in Ont
    Wonderful, and nice change. Everyone loved it. Next time I might add more Italian seasoning.
  5. Smilynn
    Great taste. So eady to prepare and simple ingredients. I one one cob left last night and noticed it had already disappeared this morning!


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