Corn on the Cob in Husk for the Firepit

By Naturally Savvy Recipes

A simply, delicious fall treat.


4 ears corn (or more if you have a larger family or guests)
4 tablespoons butter, or non-dairy butter alternative
Himalayan pink salt


Soak the corn in the husk for at least 4 hours in water or overnight.
The corn can be cooked over a firepit or on the BBQ, your choice.
Drain excess water and place on grill; turn over the husks every 15 minutes. Continue cooking for 45 minutes in total.
When you take it off the grill, pull the husk back but don't break it off--the silk will come off easy.
Use the husk as a handle and roll the cob in butter, a non-dairy butter alternative, and sprinkle with a bit of Himalayan pink salt and pepper to taste.

By Naturally Savvy Recipes| September 24, 2018
Categories:  Recipes
Keywords:  RecipesVegetables

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