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My smoked corn recipe

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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.

    Sounds good, saving for this weekend.


      Definitely something I have to try!


        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


        • Strat50
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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.

        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.


          any of you ever try this?


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


              apple or cherry. keep it mild.


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




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