This is the stuff. Sweet right off the farmer's field, cooked to perfection with an amazing Chile Lime and Parmesan butter on top. I know. I know. It's a happy place. I'm tapping my ruby slippers right now...
You will need:
4 cobs of corn, simmer 5-10minutes in a pot of boiling water. Remove with tongs and place on a serving tray.Add salt and pepper to taste.
Chile Lime and Parmesan butter
1/4 cup butter, softened
1/4-1/2 cup cooked, diced green chile (depending on the heat you like...I love Hatch chiles)
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese, grated
1 clove fresh pressed garlic
zest of one lime
1/4 cup fresh chopped cilantro
Combine well. I like to reserve the cilantro and sprinkle it over the top.
At service, pile the butter on top of the hot corn and spread it out. Season again with black pepper. Then to really make it evil and good...I squeeze the juice of one lime all over the corn.
oh wow! guess what we are having this weekend!!
That really does look and sound so good... and really easy, too!!! Thanks for the great recipe idea! :-)
you don't know me, I blog stalk you, I like your recipes. I definitely want to try one. However, I wanted to share. Someone once told me to only cook my corn for two minutes exactly, no more, no less, I didn't believe them, but I tried it. It is exceptionally sweet and non startchy this way, I will never go back. try it out and let me know what you think.
Okay...I'm trying the 2 minutes. Thanks for the tip. I like it raw so I wouldn't be surprised if I adored the quick 2 minutes idea. I do like to give people a happy medium with the 5-10 minute times. But...you are probably on to something awesome!
Our corn is finally ready to pick. Looks like we'll have a chance to use the recipe soon!
I'm good with my butter and salt.. (not much of a chile/chili person.. )
wow sounds and looks yummy! follow along with my blog and get in on cool giveaways,pam
mmm that looks so good!
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