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    Default Corn on the cob?

    I've done a roast in the slow cooker - thanks Trav! - and I've got some sweetcorn in the fridge, still all wrapped up in its leaves. I've nuded it up, and now I wanna roast it so its a bit brown, and all buttery and salty. How do I achieve that? Just stick it in the oven for a while, or fry it on the stove? I don't have a grill


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    I either BBQ mine or steam it. The buttery, salty is achieved by applying butter and salt after cooking.

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    I do mine in the mocrowave - 35 seconds and then see how they are - Mmmmmm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onyx View Post
    I either BBQ mine or steam it. The buttery, salty is achieved by applying butter and salt after cooking.


    I steam mine...boring I know! Then slather in butter, and season. I reckon on a griddle would be nice, or roasted

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    we butter them up, wrap in foil, and chuck in the oven for same amount of time a the other vegies - YUM! kinda steams them, but because it's a different heat you get a bit of browning too

    before E, we would add some seasoned salt (spicy stuff) but we don't anymore

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    Thanks BG! Now have a couple of cobs of corn wrapped in foil with butter in the oven along with the salmon! I can't wait!!! YUMMMMMM!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter View Post
    Thanks BG! Now have a couple of cobs of corn wrapped in foil with butter in the oven along with the salmon! I can't wait!!! YUMMMMMM!!!
    yay!!

    we do the same on the bbq too - droooooool

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    If you keep the covering on the corn, you can steam them in the microwave. In our microwave, it takes 3 mins. Then peel them off and season. yummy

    i love it on the bbq too.

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    Pull the leaves back, pull out the silk, rub it with butter and shake on some chilli. Then put the leaves back and pop it on the bbq - yummo!

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