HOT TO COOK CORN ON THE COB : OATMEAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE RECIPE : SLOW COOKED BBQ BEEF.
Hot To Cook Corn On The Cob
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Grilled Mexican Corn
Grilled Mexican Corn
Pitmaster Note: This traditional Mexican street fare is typically made with mayonnaise, chili powder and Cotija cheese. This recipe decreases the fat and amps-up the flavor by cutting the mayonnaise with yogurt and limejuice, and using a seasoning blend of chili powder, cumin and cayenne pepper.
Makes: 5-6 main courses or 10-12 side dishes
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 6-7 minutes
3/4cup plain yogurt
3/4 cup mayonnaise
5 tablespoons lime juice
1 cup Cotija cheese grated fine
4teaspoons chili powder
2 teaspoons cayenne pepper
2teaspoons ground cumin
1 teaspoon salt
6-8 ears corn
1.In a small bowl combine the yogurt, mayonnaise, and lime juice. In another small bowl combine the Cotija cheese, chili powder, cayenne pepper, cumin and salt.
2.Build a charcoal fire for direct grilling using Kingsford® charcoal. While the grill is heating, remove the corn from the husks. Grill the corncob
s directly over the hot coals (approximately 450?F) for 6-7 minutes turning every two minutes until kernels start to soften.
3.Remove the corn from the grill and apply a light coat of the yogurt mixture to each cob
. Sprinkle each corn cob
liberally with the Cotija cheese mixture, and they are ready to serve.
Recipe created by world champion pitmaster, Chris Lilly, on behalf of Kingsford® charcoal
August 7th, 2008 Photo 220/366
We're in the middle of fresh corn season, so I'm trying some different recipes out.
A healthy take on the classic corn fritter. Works great as a side dish with some grilled burgers or brats.
2 large egg(s), separated
4 medium corn on the cob, kernels removed with a knife*
1 medium bell pepper(s), diced the size of corn kernels
1/3 cup scallion(s), diced
1/2 tsp table salt, or more to taste
1/4 tsp black pepper, or more to taste
2 Tbsp all-purpose flour
In a small bowl, beat egg whites until stiff but not glossy; set aside.
In a medium bowl, lightly beat egg yolks. Add corn, bell pepper, scallions, salt, black pepper and flour; thoroughly combine and then fold in egg whites.
Coat skillet with cook
ing spray and warm over high heat; when skillet is hot, reduce heat to medium. Spoon a heaping tablespoon of batter onto skillet.) Cook for about 2 to 3 minutes; flip and cook
until lightly browned and cooked through, about 2 to 3 minutes more. Remove and repeat until all batter is used and then serve immediately.
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