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    My smoked corn recipe

    Ill have to post pictures another time. but thought i would share. I have done this a few times now and love it.

    1. Peel back husk on corn, be careful not to remove
    2. pull off all silk
    3. rinse corn
    4. cut off 1/4" from tip of corn
    5. make a mix of butter 3tbs, garlic powder 1tbs, and pepper 1tbs
    6. apply butter mix on corn
    7. pull husk back up
    8. tie husk off with piece of husk

    I smoke this between 225 - 250 for about 1.5 hours no more. The husk keeps the butter on and add some flavors, as it drys out it opens up and allows smoke in. 1 hour is a bit al dente, 2 hours is completely done. I like mine right in the middle. This will have a really sweet taste, and a nice smokey touch. I throw it on right at the end of the cook w/ whatever meet i have on at the time.

    Sometimes i mix up the spices in the butter, feel free to experiment.



    #2
    Sounds good, saving for this weekend.

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      #3
      Definitely something I have to try!

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        #4
        I just injected some corn, it turned out really good, and then once its cooked cut off the end and it slides right out without the silk

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          Where, how, and with what did you inject the corn? I have never heard of this, and would love to know.

        #5
        Sounds good, never heard about doing it that way. (My wife boils ours and then we slather it it butter, salt & pepper). I've tried grilling it and was never impressed, but this way sounds like a worthy go.

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          #6
          any of you ever try this?

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            #7
            What type of wood do you use? Guessing a mild flavor

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              #8
              apple or cherry. keep it mild.

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                #9
                This sounds great. I'll bet it would be good with a small amount of chili powder or ancho powder added in, to.

                DEW

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