Friday, September 4, 2009

Really, REALLY Great Corn on the Cob

This is a simple but boomer of a recipe for corn on the cob. I learned to make it in while living in Northern California from a man who owned a taco shop.


6 ears of fresh corn, husked and silked.

1 stick of butter, melted. Make that real butter.

2-3 limes juiced

cilantro, chopped


Cook the corn in boiling salted water until done then drain it and stack it on a plate. Put the lime juice in the melted butter and give it a stir before dribbling it over the corn. Use all of it. Sprinkle freshly chopped cilantro over the whole plate of corn. The butter/lime juice will pool at the bottom of the plate so leave it where everyone can roll their corn in the delicious sauce again.  Yummy! You will so love this.


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