No grill? No problem. Like holding the husk while eating your corn on the cob? No problem. Want flavor on your corn on the cob? That's covered here too.
This is all really quite easy to do.
Pre-heat oven 350 degrees
Fresh corn on cobs, husks still on.
Pull off excess corn silk at the end of the cob. Rinse off the cobs. Place cobs in a pan and fill with sufficient water to cover tops of the cobs. Soak cobs for at least 35-40 minutes.
Drain off water and place cobs on a baking sheet. Place cobs in the oven on the center rack. Bake for 35 minutes or until corn feels soft when you press on the cob.
When ready, pull the husks back. Pull off a long husk leaf and use to bundle and tie the remaining husk leaves. This makes a great handle while eating the corn. Pull off all silks. Butter, salt and pepper to taste.
You may also be interested in trying your roasted corn-on-the-cob with this finishing butter:
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