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Corn on the cob is an all time favourite and tastes really divine when freshly roasted on a grill. There is a technique to roast the corn and you will be surprised to know that the best technique is to cook the corn in their husks, directly on a hot grill. The husks protect the corn from getting dried out and the corn essentially steams in its own moisture (no need to soak the corn in water as called for by some). The smokey corn husks impart a wonderful flavor to the corn as well.
Sweet Corns – 4-5
Lemons – 2 cut into halves.
Salt as required
Red chilly powder as required
Butter as required
Wait for the coals to be burning well.Remove just the visible silks from the tips of the corn. Place the corn in their husks on the hot grill. Turn the corn occasionally with long tongs so that you don’t burn yourself, Grill until the husks are charred on all sides, about 15 to 20 minutes. Remove the corn from the grill. Let it sit for 5 minutes. Use a hand towel to protect your hands while removing the silks and charred husks from the corn. Make a mixture of salt and chilly powder. Cut the lemon into halves. With the half lemon dip into salt and red chilly powder and rub onto the corn from all sides. Using a butter knife spread butter on all sides of the corn. The Butter will be melting and when u bite onto the corn the butter and the spices will simply melt along with the freshly roasted corn in your mouth. Its simply divine and an all time Indian favourite.
(The photo of "Rain" is a free downloadable poster from the net and the picture of the corns being grilled with their husks on a grill are courtesy Wikipedia)