Once the corn is grilled, there are a lot of options for toppings. You can’t go wrong with just fresh butter, salt and pepper.
However, think out of the box. Whip up some flavored butters. I started a little indoor herb pot a couple of months ago and I’m completely in love with it. I’ve known for a long time that I wanted to cook with fresh herbs but I have a green thumb. Guess what I’ve finally found that is worth me paying attention and keeping it alive? HERBS!
Corn goes with everything. I don’t think there is an herb that people home grow that wouldn’t go well with it. Right now I have thyme, basil (2 kinds), oregano and cilantro. The cilantro is amazing on the corn.
Dried herbs are a very good close second. If you can whip the dried herbs and butter together in time to let it sit it will be even better. That gives the herb a little bit of time to hydrate and the flavors to meld.
Don’t be afraid to make extra corn. If you are grilling, then add a few more so you can use it for recipes. Grilled corn and black bean salsa is yummy and a great addition to tacos. Especially fish tacos. You can combine it with some slivered cabbage and make a great slaw also.
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