|by Tarla Dalal|
DESCRIPTION The very sight of corn triggers the gastronomic juices. Bhutta is certainly a welcome treat at any time of the day.
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Husk corn and rinse. Heat grill to 350F. Cut ... depending on the tenderness, variety and age of the corn - some types of corn may be done in half the time).
You will need ... the ears of corn (I use a ... husk. Pre-heat any grill. You'll want ... give a sweeter taste and aroma while grilling. Have fun with it!
Preheat grill to 400°F. Melt ... each cob of corn on foil square, ... minutes, maintaining 400°F temperature, with lid closed. Turn every 5-6 minutes. Enjoy!
Remove husks and silks from ears of corn. For each ... of aluminum foil. Grill on barbecue, covered, ... minutes. Turns out perfectly moist every time.
Husk and clean six ears of corn. Put 1 ... on a Gas Grill on medium heat ... to turn the corn as it will not burn. The corn is superb! Easy and so good.
Cook corn in boiling water ... oil; put on grill over hot fire ... ingredients, except olive oil. Gradually whisk in olive oil and pour over salad and toss.
Strip husks down ... up around the corn. Wrap each ... double thickness of aluminum foil. Twist the ends well. Barbecue on briquets 10 minutes, turning once.
Cream together butter, ... husks and silk corn. Do not ... and pat dry. Rub corn with butter mixture. Place back the husks. Grill 20 minutes on each side.
Remove husks; wash and clean corn. Place each ... snugly. Preheat gas grill. Cook, with ... medium setting 25 minutes or until done, turning frequently.
Pull back small ... of butter on corn. Put husks ... Put on hot grill turning once in ... Corn won't burn too fast. Be careful very hot when husking corn.
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