Recipe by Michele O'Sullivan
"Sweet yellow tender ears of corn are enticing with a horseradish mustard butter. Tip: Horseradish butter can be used as a spread for sandwiches or vegetables."
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ground black pepper
fresh parsley, chopped
prepared Dijon-style mustard
corn, husked and cleaned
This was so YUMMY!! I baked them with the husked on and added the butter mixture to both the inside and outside of the husks. I will deffinately be making this again!!
This recipe, scaled down for two, was ok, but I found the toppings not quite strong enough when partnered with the absurdly sweet corn available in Japan. If you corn you think might be too sweet, increase all of the toppings. (I will double them the next time I make this for 2).
YUMMM! not only awesome on corn on the cob...i use it on steaks all the time, and actually melt down the left overs and dip steak in it. i've used it to make grilled chese sandwiches and chicken also. i use it so often that i keep a batch of it in a zip-lock in the fridge so its there when i need it...
Yum! This was so good. My husband loved the sauce and suggested we make it next time we steam lobsters. That probably won't be till Xmas eve so I plan on making a lot more corn while it's at the height of the season. I may add even more horseradish since the flavor was pretty mild spread over 8 ears. Thanks
I served this on corn, and on green beans. We liked it much better on the beans. This is a keeper.
Of all the ingredients to not have, it was the Horseradish I was missing! I made it anyway and it was pretty good - added some home grown chives to it. Next time I will defiantly add the Horseradish. Will probably make this every time I make corn on the cob! Thanks!
This is an excellent way to fix corn! If you begin with good tasting corn, then this recipe will make the corn a real treat.
Excellant corn Michele. Family loved it and asked for a repeat performance.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Horseradish Corn on the Cob
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 114
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