|Not Just Roast: Great Chicken Dishes|
|by Linda Fraser|
This is the essential guide to cooking with chicken--enticing to look at and extremely easy-to-use, it contains everything you need to know about ...
Tip: Try corn on cob for more results.
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Wash and dry whole shucked ears of corn. Rub with ... oven 30 minutes on 350 degrees. Then ... when has scorched look. Salt to taste and butter as desired.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Husk the corn, wrap each ... 25 minutes or roast the foil-wrapped corn ... the cooking. Serve with more butter and salt.
Turn back corn husk and remove ... with salt and pepper. Pull husk back up, tying tightly. Roast on grill over hot coals for 20 to 30 minutes; turn often.
Cream butter until ... and chill. Remove corn husks and silk, ... Place wrapped ears on hot coals and ... drain and coat with herb butter and seal in foil.
Cream together butter ... back husks of corn; remove silks ... Place each ear on a piece of ... securely with foil. Roast ears directly on ... directions. Makes 6 servings.
Cream together butter ... back husk of corn. Remove silks ... Place each ear on a piece of ... Wrap corn securely. Roast ears directly on ... according to manufacturer's directions.
Soak all ears of corn without removing the ... handle, dip the ear of corn into melted butter or roll it onto a stick of butter. Sprinkle with salt and eat.
Pull husks away from corn cob but do not ... corn in foil. Place directly on coals. Roast 30 minutes until corn is tender, turning occasionally. 6 servings.
Cream butter and ... hour to blend flavors. Spread each ear of corn with 1 tablespoon of butter. Wrap in heavy duty foil and cook on BBQ for 15 minutes.
Prepare charcoal fire ... the coals are ready, roast the corn on all sides, turning frequently. Plunge roasted corn into salted water, serve immediately.
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