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Fire-Roasted Corn with Hot Honey Butter
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Fire-Roasted Corn with Hot Honey Butter

Fresh corn is roasted directly on the embers of your campfire for a slight char and smoky flavor, then slathered with a sweet and spicy butter.

Serves 4
Ready in 15 mins
Prep time 5 mins
Cooking time 10 mins
94 calories per serving

Ingredients

> 4 ears corn with husks
> 2 tbsp butter
> 1 tbsp Louisiana-style hot sauce
> 2 tsp honey

Steps

1
Build a fire or remove grill grate and build a medium-low fire in a charcoal grill. Place the corn in a large pot and cover with cold water. Let soak at least 15 min. and up to 1 hour.
2
Drain corn. Arrange corn on embers and cook 7–10 min., until browned all over, turning occasionally. Let corn cool.
3
Meanwhile, in a small pot, melt the butter for 30 sec.–1 min. Stir in the hot sauce and honey. Pull husks back and remove silk from corn. Brush corn with butter mixture and season with salt to taste.

Tips

Corn can also be grilled, husks on, over medium heat 15 min., turning occasionally.

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