Easy Grilled Corn on the Cob with Lemon Dill Butter



6 ears of corn


6 sheets of overwhelming obligation aluminum thwart


For the Lemon Dill Butter:


½ stick (4 Tbsp) unsalted spread, relaxed at room temp


¼ tsp salt


Squeeze of pepper, or to taste


1 Tbsp new dill, finely slashed


1 Tbsp new lemon juice




Instructions to make lemon dill margarine:


Cream 4 Tbsp margarine with a fork in a medium bowl.


Blend in ¼ tsp salt, squeeze of pepper and 1 Tbsp crisp lemon squeeze and blend until smooth. The lemon juice will appear as though it isn’t mixing, yet continue blending for a few minutes and it will happen.


Mix in new hacked dill until all around fused. Keep the readied margarine at room temp until prepared to serve corn.


Instructions to Grill Corn: Preheat Grill to Med/High.


Shuck corn. Leave the corn entire or break corn into equal parts or thirds if serving a substantial group. Wrap every ear of corn with a liberal sheet of thwart ensuring all sides are secured. In the event that utilizing consistent kitchen-standard thwart, make a point to utilize adequate thwart so your corn doesn’t get burned.


Barbecue thwart wrapped corn with the cover shut over medium/high warmth, pivoting the corn each 2 – 3 minutes to keep from singing. Flame broil for 15-20 minutes. Our own was done at 18 minutes. When corn is done barbecuing, expel thwart and brush liberally with lemon dill spread while warm. Serve promptly (you won’t have any desire to hold up!).




I don’t add any margarine or oil to the cob inside the thwart. I have discovered that it’s superfluous; the corn is actually delicious and the thwart seals in the dampness. You additionally don’t need to stress over oil spilling out of the corn and causing searing flare-ups on the flame broil.


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