How To Cook Corn On A Gas Grill
Grilled corn is part of most barbecues and is easy to conjure up. Apart from being tasty, grilled corn on the cob is nutritious too. Corn can be grilled with the husk as well as after removing the husk and silk. Unlike the popular belief, gas grill can work prefectly well for grilling corns. Just follow the steps given here and enjoy juicy, tender, grilled corn on the cob...
Steps to Cook Corn On Gas Grill
- Buy fresh corn from market.
- Try to remove the silk without removing the husk completely.
- Soak corn for about 15 minutes in water to remove excess silk and dirt.
- Shake off excess water and place the corn on the grill.
- Keep the lid closed. Ideally, the gas grill should be on medium heat.
- Every 10 minutes, turn the corn for even cooking.
- Corn is done when the husk is charred.
- Remove corn from grill and gently ease off the husk and corn silk.
- Smear corn with butter and salt.
Watch how to grill corn:
Tips To Cook Corn
- Preheat grill while corn is being soaked.
- Do not handle the hot corn with bare hands.
- Try to remove as much of the silk as possible since these can catch fire and burn while being grilled.
- Soak corn to keep them from burning when placed on the grill.
Follow these steps and check out for yourself which corn tastes better - corn grilled on charcoal or gas. I personally feel both taste good enough.
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