Fresh corn is just fabulous this year, so we’ve been on a streak with trying new recipes since early July. Recently we found this interesting Hot Honey Butter Bath Corn from thekitchn.com—with flavoring added right in with the water. It was an instant hit with dinner guests and paired perfectly with our BBQ of Carolina-Style Grilled Baby Back Ribs.
You might be appalled at using an entire stick of butter, but most of it gets left behind in the pot; plus it’s not necessary to put any more on the table for dredging purposes. I was somewhat dubious about the small amount of liquid used, it didn’t even cover all of the corn. To ensure every cob got bathed in all of the goodness, I moved them around every so often. In the end, they were perfect!
And since this was a laid-back affair, we simply put the entire pot right on the table with a set of tongs for guests to retrieve a cob or two as they pleased. No reason to stand on ceremony with this approach. Simple is, as simple gets.
Hot Honey Butter Bath Corn
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I’ve never tried it this way. I love corn and butter, but always put it on after the corn is done. I like this time of year because of the fresh corn:) Thanks for sharing.
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