Oven Baked Corn on the Cob

It’s been awhile since my last post but I used everything I had at the time and I didn’t have the ingredients for other things! I just went shopping and I got all the items I need to cook up some yummy pins! I am now I am back on track and I can’t wait to try some of these yummy looking foods!

OK back to blogging!!

I love, love, LOVE grilled corn on the cob! It’s so buttery, yummy, and just the right amount of crunch to soft ratio…just delicious! However I have absolutely no idea how to run a grill so I don’t get it very often. But one day I really wanted some grilled corn, like badly, so I hit the internet and Pinterest and I fount his WONDERFUL, lifesaving pin!

The pin: http://workinghousemomwife.blogspot.ca/2012/07/baked-corn-on-cob.html?m=1

It was so easy I can’t believe I didn’t know about it! All you do is take some corn, leave the husk on, rinse with water, and bake at 350-400 degrees!  When I pulled them out of the oven I let them sit a minute or so to cool slightly then I put on over mitts and slid the husks and silk off. I buttered them and added some seasoning (I use Weber’s Veggie Grill) and they were just so tender and perfectly steamed! Everyone agreed they were very tasty, better then boiling in water.

Tips from me:

#1 I found two pins with separate cooking times, hence the 300-450 degrees in the instructions, so once you know your oven you can pick your ideal temperature.

#2 You can peel back the husk slightly to add butter and seasoning so they come out already buttery but remember to seal the husks back up so they can steam properly!

Happy Pinning!!

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