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Wood flavoured grilled Corn on the Cob Topped with Fresh Parsley

Wood flavoured grilled Corn on the Cob Topped with Fresh Parsley

Have you ever thought of roasting fresh corn on your lp/gas grill and adding wood flavouring?

Our culinary team has produced a two-part video series outlining how we Wood flavoured grilled Corn on the grill!  It is so easy to do, especially this time of year when the corn harvest is abundant!   Add this as a great side to your dinner,  make a wood-fired salsa with the corn, freeze the corn for grilling enjoyment in the middle of the winter season.  Unless you are like us and we ate the full dozen just after the grilling and pictures.

Ingredients:

  • Gas/LP grill
  • 1-2 dozen ears of corn with husks
  • 8-12 double filet Smokinlicious® wood chunks.  (We used Sugar Maple but any species will work- consult the flavour chart)
  • 1 stick of butter
  • 1/2 cup of fresh parsley chopped
  • 1 hour of fun grilling time, the noise of the corn popping on the grill is free and will excite your guests!

Video one grill set up

Video two cooking process

BON BAR B Q

The Culinary Team wants you to know …

… that char-grilled corn on the cob has many advantages of adding smoky flavor to your summer and early fall food enjoyment.  Give this simple smoked corn salsa a try.  Slice off the charred kernels of four ears of corn, dice a Spanish onion and a grilled sweet pepper.  Combine the mixture with an 1/8 cup of balsamic vinegar, a teaspoon of olive oil, dash of worcestershire sauce, juice of a lime and a few shots of hot sauce.  It’s that easy and so good! 

SmokinLicious Products Used for the Recipe:

Wood Chunks- Double Filet

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