Using a grill is the most excellent way to prepare fresh corn on the cob! You can make this garlic butter grilled corn instantly using homemade garlic butter.
This Garlic Butter Grilled Corn is one of my summertime favorites to make on the grill. A few of my favorite summer dishes include Garlic Herb-Grilled Salmon, Shrimp Kebab, and Chili Lime Chicken.
EASY HOMEMADE GARLIC BUTTER
Take your corn to the next level by making this simple Garlic Herb Butter. On Red Lobster Biscuits or my Homemade Biscuits (these have only three ingredients!).
For easy access, store it in the freezer.
You may use a roasting pan if you don’t have a grill to create this Garlic Herb Butter Roasted Corn.
During the summer, I prefer to cook outdoors whenever feasible! The grill certainly does enhance the flavor of your food.
SEASONING GRILLED CORN
Fresh garlic, minced parsley, and salt flavor the Garlic Herb Butter that coats the grilled corn on the cob, and it is done.
It’s convenient to have this butter on hand when making my favorite dishes!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
SHOULD I GRILL CORN IN FOIL OR THE CORN HUSK?
- Both are fantastic! To prepare this recipe, I prefer to remove the husks from the corn and spread it liberally with Garlic Herb Butter before grilling it.
HOW LONG TO GRILL CORN?
- In only 10 minutes on the grill, turning every 3 minutes is all that is needed. You’ll be in a food coma after the first bite!
The average number of calories in one serving?
- Each serving of this recipe contains only 357 calories.
With this recipe, what are its complementary dishes?
All of your favorite entrees would be wonderful in this recipe. I’ve compiled a list of summertime dishes here.
- 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 4 corns on the cob
- 1 teaspoon chopped parsley
- 1 clove of garlic, finely minced
- Smoked paprika, optional
- Altogether remove the corn’s husks.
- Add the garlic, butter, salt, and parsley to a small bowl and mix well. Combine thoroughly.
- Brush the corn with garlic butter to coat it thoroughly.
- For 10 minutes, cook on an outside barbecue. If you don’t turn it over every three minutes, you’ll have burnt sides.
- Serve immediately with the leftover garlic butter and a few dashes of smoky paprika on the cooked corn.