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Parmesan Corn on the Cob Recipe

Parmesan Corn on the Cob

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"If you don't own a microwave, wrap corn in aluminum foil, and bake at 500 degrees for 20 minutes."

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  1. COMBINE the first 3 ingredients in a small bowl.
  2. WRAP each ear of corn in heavy-duty plastic wrap. Microwave at HIGH 10 to 13 minutes or until tender, turning twice. Unwrap corn, and brush evenly with butter mixture.
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  • Reprinted with permission of Southern Living® magazine. All rights reserved.

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Most Helpful Positive Review
Jun 27, 2005

This is a GREAT quick and easy recipe for fresh corn on the cob. My family LOVES this corn! The only thing I would change is cutting down on the parmesan just a little bit. Other than that, loved it!!!

Most Helpful Critical Review
Sep 23, 2005

Average at best; didn't think there was all that much flavor. I used frozen corn on the cob.


25 Ratings

Sep 24, 2005

Baked it in the oven and it was YUMMY!! We even had some extra butter mixture and put it on bread that was really good too.

Sep 11, 2005

Great base but decided to improve on it a bit. To the mix I also added some red pepper flakes, onion and garlic powders and paprika. I also did not add the butter to the dry ingredients. My family just sprinkled the cheese mixture onto their buttered corn. Good stuff!

Jul 01, 2005

Recently I was challenged to make corn on the cob for my brother-in-law who won't eat vegtables (except for corn and for that he is picky) and my older sister who insisted the corn had to be boiled first. I didn't use this recipe but I did use almost the same ingredients. I melted butter, brushed it on the cob, sprinkled it with parasean cheese and wrapped it in foil and grilled it on the grill. I heard nothing but raves even from BIL and Sis. I look forward to adding the italian seasoning on this too as BIL is Italian. lol Corn was tender and wonderful tasting. Try it, you'll like it!

Sep 02, 2003

I could not taste much diff but it did make the corn look attractive i will use this again

May 19, 2005

I just made this recipe 10 mins ago and my fiance and I absolutley loved it, just the combiniation together with the sweet corn and the buttery/cheesy taste is a perfect combo. I would definatley recommend this recipe to "kick it up a notch" for corn on the cob.

May 31, 2004

This was good. I did grill this on the BBQ instead of microwaving or baking. I think this made it taste much better. There was just a bit too much parmesan, so next time I will reduce the amount just a little. Thanks for the post.


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