Easy Grilled Corn with Chipotle-Lime Butter
Total TimePrep: 5 min. + soaking Grill: 25 min.
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We did this corn on the cob for the Memorial Day weekend with London Broil on the grill and it turned out great! Tender, snappy kernels, took 20 minutes, Just turning a quarter turn every 5 minutes. I could have used much more cilantro For more intense flavor! Went great with the flavors of Southern potato salad and the zesty marinade of the London Broil
Wonderful flavor! It took a bit longer than 30 minutes for us to grill under tender.
I used parsley instead of cilantro, since It’s what I had on hand, good option if your not a cilantro fan. Great flavor and easy! A definite keeper!
We thought this recipe was great! We did not grill the corn in the husks, but rather placed them directly on the grill. ( Our preference!) A new favorite and something we'll be enjoying often this summer!
I halved the recipe, and when the corn was done, I let it cool and took it off the cob. We prefer to eat it from a bowl. I added the lime, chipotle butter to the bowl and used parsley instead of cilantro. The best!!! A keeper!!!!
I baked the corn 20 minutes and used just 4 ears as that what I had on hand! I'd made the chipotle-lime butter and spread half on ears of corn, then covered and baked the corn at 400o F. Then I'd uncovered the corn and brushed with remaining butter mixture. I baked 5 minutes longer. I also rolled the baked ears of corn in the melted pools of butter on a prepared foil-lined baking sheet and the corn was delicious! delowenstein
We made this last weekend while camping and everyone loved it! I made the butter in advance so it was ready when we were ready! Easy and delicious!
Very good! I halved the recipe, then wished I hadn't. It would be great cold, cut off the cob for salads!
I'm usually a purist when it comes to corn on the cob, but I'm so glad I tried this recipe! A great flavor combo, just the right amount of spice and a nice alternative for a picnic meal .