We fired up the charcoal grill for some delicious corn on the cob, Santa Fe style (or so I like to call it). I spent a good part of my day looking for alternatives to butter… and apparently mayonnaise. I didn’t come up with anything that sounded particularly tasty, so I decided to wing it.
- Olive Oil
- Chili Powder
- Onion Salt (or Lawry’s Season Salt)
As for the cooking instructions, just place the corn (husks returned to the original setting) on the low heat side. Ultimately, you want to cook the corn for a total of 15 minutes turning three times. That’s once every five minutes. That’s it! Super easy and gives it a much more complex flavor than simple boiling would. Fair warning: it’s not as sweet and a little more chewy.