Thursday, August 2, 2012

Oven Roasted Corn on the Cob {So easy}

Happy summer everyone!  Hope you are enjoying the final weeks of summer.  We are in the thick of swim lessons, splash parks, longing to go back to our beach vacation and thinking about getting ready for school to start.  On our recent vacation we enjoyed fresh roasted corn in the husk from a street vendor at a Farmer's Market and loved the simplicity of it.  It's a super duper easy way to cook up all that delicious corn that's in season now. I love using the husks themselves instead of wasting foil, genius, and this way they never char!  We don't put a single thing on fresh roasted corn but if you like to, you can add salt, pepper or butter after they're done.  Give it a try tonight!

corn on the cob in their husks

1. Preheat oven to 350'F.  Trim extra leaves from corn husks {the long skinny green ones} but leave main husk completely in tact.
2. Place corn directly on the oven rack and bake at 350'F for 30-40 minutes until it just slightly gives to the touch when you squeeze it {while wearing an oven mitt}.  The husk will turn slightly golden.
3. Let cool slightly then peel back your husk and enjoy your perfectly cooked corn

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