2 Corn on the cobs
Knob of butter
Wash the cobs under a little cold water, dry and carefully wrap in a double layer of silver foil.
You can place the cobs on to the barbecue around the edge of the grill.
You can do this before the charcoal is ready for cooking because the cobs are protected by the silver foil.
Cook for 20 minutes over a low heat (10 minutes over a medium heat) turning occasionally.
Remove from the barbecue and add a knob of butter to each cob and serve.
Serve in the silver foil using paper serviettes to protect fingers from the heat.
If you have more guests split the cobs into 2 using an heavy chopping knife before wrapping onto the foil.
BBQ Tips and Ideas
Corn on the Cob makes an excellent starter and appetizer for your BBQ party.
You and also serve with your main course, especially ribs and chicken.
It's possible to purchase Corn on the Cob with the green kernels or green leafs still attached. This is more natural and you don't need the silver foil.