Grilling is a great way to cook corn on the cob, especially when you’re already manning the grill cooking other tasty summer food. With this husk-on grilling method it can stay quite hot, and no one wants to wait a long time just to shuck the corn husk off. But with Cutco, it’s easy to do this simple trick to getting strand-free hot corn out of the husk!
With this method of grilling, you get that wonderful char-grill taste in the corn, without drying out the corn too much. Before you grill, be sure to soak your corn in water for about 20 minutes. This keeps the husk moist so that it not only doesn’t catch on fire (a major bummer at a cookout), but steam cooks the corn while it’s grilling.
Once you’ve soaked the corn, you’re ready to throw them on the grill! Cook for about 20 minutes, turning to make sure the husk blackens evenly. While wearing gloves to protect your hands from the hot corn husk, use a heavy duty knife to cut the stalk end of the corn off. We recommend either a Cutco Cleaver, Butcher knife, or Hardy Slicer. Once the end is removed, you can easily shuck the corn by squeezing it out the cut end. This trick even gets all the strands off, so you’re left with amazingly moist, tasty corn on the cob!
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