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First time for fresh sweet corn

RRPRRP Posts: 19,983
edited 10:25AM in EggHead Forum
Though I live in Illinois and though I've been egging for over a year I have never tried fresh sweet corn on Mr Egg...however tomorrow is baby back ribs day, sooooo have corn will try...but how long at a rib cooking temp of say 225 to 240 and how do you know it's done at those temps? Thanks in advance.
L, M, S, Mini
Ron
Dunlap, IL

Comments

  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    RRP,
    At those temps, you can leave on for an hour or so.
    Peel back the husks, get rid of silk, wash, rub with lots of butter, salt and pepper and then pull the husks back up. Then put on the grill. It'll be great!

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    RRP,
    I`m sure you have already done the cook..but the way I like to do corn is one I read somewhere else that said if the corn is fresh as in picked in the last day or 2 just throw it on the grill, if it was bought in the grocery store, throw the whole thing in the sink full of water for 30-60 minutes and then throw it on the grill at the temps you mentioned an hour would probably be about right as Shelby mentioned..and the recipe said to remove it and place in a paper bag for approx 10 mins...I removed mine and wrapped in foil for 10 mins..after that you can peel them very easily and all the silk comes right off..don`t get much easier than that..just my $.02[p]Wess

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