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Old 01-12-2020, 01:24 PM
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Awesome Thai Grilled Corn on the Cob



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This is my wife's Thai grilled corn recipe.
Caution: it has the propensity to be the star player on the dinner table... it may even cast a shadow on your main dish.

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INGREDIENTS

- Whole Corn ears, 6-8 Ears
- Coconut milk, 1 Cup
- Butter, 1/3 stick or 3 tbsp
- Black Pepper, Small Pinch
- Sea salt, Large pinch
- Organic Golden Light Blue Agave, 2-3 Tbsp
- Hot Pepper Thai or Jalapeno, 1-2 (optional)

DIRECTIONS

Utensils Needed

- 1 large boiling pot
- 1 medium pan
- 1 prep dish
- 1 basting brush
- 1 BBQ grill

Dehusk and wash all ears of corn
Fill boiling pot with water, add pinch of salt to water. Bring to full boil.
Carefully drop corn in boiling water, cook for 10 minutes.
Remove corn from water and place on prep dish
In medium pan melt butter. (If using optional peppers, slice into long strips and simmer in butter for 5 minutes or longer depending on how hot you like it) then remove and either snack on or discard peppers)
Add coconut milk (shake can well before opening), blue agave (can substitute cane sugar or honey for agave if desired) salt and pepper to melted butter. Stir and simmer for 5 minutes and remove from heat.
Using basting brush coat all ears with coconut milk mixture.
Place corn on heated BBQ grill, rotate and apply more coconut milk mixture with brush every few minutes.
*** Don't be shy with the basting brush, keep painting and turning
Continue cooking and rotating until kernels turn light to darker brown depending on taste, some folks like them almost black.
Remove and serve as a side dish or you can even serve it as the main dish... it's that good.
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Old 01-12-2020, 10:07 PM
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Thank you for sharing

That looks downright yummy.

Only problem for me is finding halfway decent corn in the first place. All the stuff I have tried in recent years that was advertised as "sweet" corn to me tasted more like feed corn.

I don't think city people know the difference.
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Old 01-13-2020, 09:21 AM
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That looks downright yummy.

Only problem for me is finding halfway decent corn in the first place. All the stuff I have tried in recent years that was advertised as "sweet" corn to me tasted more like feed corn.

I don't think city people know the difference.
Yeah Dave I know where your coming from on that.
I think it is all this GMO crap that they are growing these days. 40 years ago it seemed like the corn was so sweet that it would make your teeth hurt.
The nice thing with this recipe is that you can take some bland mediocre corn and really slap some flavor on it.
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