This Parmesan Garlic Butter Corn on the Cob recipe has been sponsored by The Coca-Cola Company. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Piping hot corn on the cob is bathed in a luxurious Parmesan garlic butter then liberally salted in this upgraded twist on the classic corn on the cob recipe.
There is something magical about food kissed by the flames of a grill, isn’t there? A simple meal can be transformed into an event! Gather good friends, family, plenty of burgers, corn on the cob dripping with butter, and some refreshing beverages, and you’ll have yourself a celebration for any occasion!
Personally, I don’t think there is any better combination than corn on the cob and burgers. It is classic summer fare at my house. I particularly love upgrading the classic corn on the cob recipe to feature a unique twist, such as my Honey Sriracha Corn on the Cob, Browned Butter Maple Bourbon Corn on the Cob, or of course the Parmesan Garlic Butter Corn on the Cob I’m whipping up today.
However, don’t think for a second that my grilled burgers don’t get equal love. I have written extensively on how to make burger patties perfectly, they are the foundation of any exceptional cookout. We take our grilling very seriously around here!
You can get everything you need to throw a memorable cookout at your local Sam’s Club. Be sure to pick up some Member’s Mark Cob Corn to grill, and an 18 pack of refreshing Gold Peak ® Tea to throw in a bucket of ice for everyone to enjoy. Then fire up the grill!
Your friends and family will savor this Parmesan Garlic Butter Corn on the Cob. Shredded Parmesan and minced garlic swim in a pool of melted butter that is then used to drench each cob of corn. It is such a simple upgrade to the classic corn on the cob. Then, of course, wash it all down with a perfectly chilled Gold Peak ® Tea!
Parmesan Garlic Butter Corn on the Cob
- 1 stick butter, melted
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, grated or shredded
- 6 cobs sweet corn
- Wrap corn on the cob in aluminum foil and grill till kernels are tender. Rotating as needed. ~20 minutes.
- Let cool slightly.
- Mix butter, garlic and Parmesan cheese in a bowl
- Slather Parmesan garlic butter mixture liberally on corn then sprinkle salt to taste.
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