You don’t have to be a chef or have much culinary experience to make this delicious dish. Cooking BBQ corn is super quick and the result is always tasty. Then, all you will have left to do is prepare a spicy sauce, parmesan cheese shavings, and cilantro leaves to go with your corn. A flavourful meal that will take your palate deep into South America!
Although corn is a vegetable, you may know that it contains a bit more carbohydrates than most other vegetables. Indeed, in the nutrition world, corn is considered a starchy food.
SIMPLY DELICIOUS: Did you know that one ear of corn contains about 100 calories? It’s relatively high for just one portion of vegetable! Therefore, a reasonable quantity to eat during a corn roast would be three or four ears of corn by person.
BPT wishes you a good corn roast!
Ears of corn
Plain Greek yogurt
Hot sauce (Tabasco or Fire Barns)
Salt and pepper
Cilantro leaves, chopped
Baste each ear of corn with olive oil.
Grill the ears on the barbecue 5 to 7 minutes, turning them frequently.
Meanwhile, in a small bowl, mix all the spicy sauce ingredients. Set aside.
Once cooked, remove the ears of corn from the barbecue and brush with lime juice.
Sprinkle smoked paprika, chili powder, salt, and ground pepper unto each ear of corn.
Garnish with parmesan cheese shavings and fresh cilantro.
Dip into the spicy yogurt sauce or, using a plastic squeeze condiment bottle, drizzle the sauce unto each ear of corn.
Cooking corn on the BBQ is very quick. It usually takes betwen 5 to 10 minutes depending on the chosen method (with or without the leaves). To maximize the delicious roasted taste that cooking on the barbecue provides to food, we suggest that you remove the leaves. However, you will have to stay close to the barbecue at all times. If you do keep the leaves, know they will protect the corn like a wrapper, which will steam the corn instead of roast it. Still, pay attention to the flames to prevent the leaves from burning!
For 3 corncobs
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