Grilled Fresh Corn with Smokey Chile Lime Mayo and Cilantro - Vegan
Grilled Fresh Corn on the Cob!!
The big debate- husks on or husks off??
Grilled Corn on the Cob with Smokey Chile Lime Mayo and Cilantro
Stove top grill or outside grill
How to grill Corn
- Husk and remove silk from fresh corn on the cob. No oil and salt needed, just place on hot grill and turn a quarter turn every few minutes until there are nice grill marks all the way around each ear of corn.
- If you like that rustic but fancy look- leave some of the bottom husks and twist them together and use as a handle. This looks beautiful but the downsides are it does take up more room on the grill and the twisted husks could catch on fire.
- If you really want a handle and a mess free way to serve corn on the cob for a crowd- just use chop sticks you’ve collected over the winter, makes a perfect handle for your guests. I grill a bunch of corn, add a chopstick to the stem end and brush all sides with chile lime mayo, lay all the corn in a row pilling as high as needed, top with cilantro leaves. It really is a showstopper.
Smokey Chile lime MayoVegan
This flavored mayo goes perfect with everything on your summer menu- from grilled fresh corn to the base for potato salad. Also great on veggie burgers, grilled portabellas and tacos. I store my flavored mayonnaises in glass mason jars and they keep in the fridge for about a week.
Zest of a lime and ½ of the juice
1 tsp. hot sauce
Pepper to taste