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Spicy Grilled Corn

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Spicy Grilled Corn
  • Prep Time 5 min
  • Total Time 30 min
  • Servings 6
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Spicy Grilled Corn

This grilled corn recipe brings a little heat and flavor to your next barbecue.

Ingredients

6
ears of corn (husks removed)
3
tbsp melted butter
Cayenne pepper
Minced garlic
Salt

Directions

  • 1 Start by giving your cobs a good base by coating them on all sides with melted butter.
  • 2 Sprinkle them with garlic, cayenne pepper and a little bit of salt. Be careful with the cayenne pepper. Use just a few pinches on each side for mild, a little more for hotter level.
  • 3 Wrap each cob tight in a sheet of foil and place on a warm grill.
  • 4 Depending on your grilling apparatus (charcoal, propane, campfire, etc.), cooking times may vary. If you're using a standard Weber with charcoal, 3 turns at 8 minutes will grill the corn to a nice golden color.
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Spicy Grilled Corn

As prepared by tbspAngela,

While I love a good 4th of July fireworks display, I like to bring a little "bang" to my bbq with Spicy Grilled Corn.


I love spicy foods. I'll take any opportunity to add some heat to the ordinary. The hotter the better. Bring it on. This year instead of serving up the usual grilled corn on the cob, I thought I'd kick it up a notch with the help of my two favorite ingredients: garlic and cayenne pepper.

spicy grilled corn ingredients garlic cayenne pepper butter salt

The best part about Spicy Grilled Corn (aside from the flavor) is that it's super easy to make. First, you want to make sure to give your cobs a good base by coating them with melted butter to help make the other ingredients stick.

Next, sprinkle them up with garlic, cayenne pepper and a little bit of salt. Warning! Unless you want to start a five-alarm fire on your tongue, you're going to want to watch how much of the cayenne pepper you're using. If you're a heat level 2 kind of person, just a few pinches on each side will do. But if you're like me, shake it so you can see it!

Now wrap each cob tight in a sheet of foil and they're ready to hit the grill!

spicy grilled corn on the cob

Now, depending on your grilling apparatus (charcoal, propane, campfire, etc.), cooking times may vary. I use a good 'ol Weber with charcoal, so 3 turns at 8 minutes a turn usually does the trick. The corn comes out golden with a perfect amount of the dark roasted color. There's really only one word to describe: Love!


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