Garlic Herb Butter
Easy Corn on the Cobb

Easy Corn on the Cobb

 Everyone’s favorite “vegetable”, is even yummier with a pat of Garlic Herb Butter on it!

 Husk corn.


Bring large pot of water to a boil.

Add 2 tsp. Salt and ½ tsp sugar to water.

Add corn.

Boil for 3 minutes, turn off heat and cover, keep pan on burner.

Allow corn to steam with the lid on for an additional 10 minutes.

Top with Garlic herb butter and serve with all your favorite grilled meats, poultry and fish!

(Find my Garlic Herb Butter recipe below!)

Garlic Herb Butter

⅛ tsp olive oil

1 stick unsalted butter, softened

1 large clove garlic

4 sage leaves

2 sprig thyme

1 large sprig rosemary

1 sprig oregano

Few parsley leaves

Pinch of kosher salt

(The herbs above are just suggestions, use what you like and what will compliment your dinner! If you don’t like garlic, you can omit)

Place herbs and garlic clove in food processor and pulse until finely chopped.

Put butter in medium sized bowl. Stir in olive oil, salt and chopped herbs. Stir until combined.

Tear a piece of plastic wrap into a piece large enough to put butter in.

Spoon butter onto plastic wrap.

Roll plastic wrap around butter while shaping it into a log shape. (It doesn’t have to be perfect! Sometimes mine turn out great, sometimes not so much!)

Chill until firm, remove plastic, serve. Can also be frozen.

Serve on side of Corn on the Cob

You can also just put the butter in a bowl to chill if the whole log thing doesn’t appeal to you!

Twisty Tip– These Garlic Herb Butter logs are great hostess gifts!

Twisty Tip– Other uses for this delicious garlic herb butter – on top a steak, tossed in noodles or pasta, or on a baked potato







2 Comments

  1. Keri from My Table of Three

    Yum, the recipe looks so tasty! I love fresh corn on the cob and can’t wait to try it this way!

    Reply

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