This Oven Roasted Corn On The Cob is a huge family favorite. The simplicity in flavor and preparation is a reminder that the best food comes directly from the stalk to the table. The natural sweetness of corn on the cob makes it ideal for roasting and this oven technique intensifies the sweetness even more.
Easy Oven Roasted Corn On The Cob Recipe
Fresh corn while delicious, isn't one of the easiest crops to grow. Corn prefers warm soil, air and water of, course If it can survive the crows snacking on each sweet golden kernel then it makes the journey to our tables for us to eat. My Grandpas and my Dad all grew corn in their gardens. At times their crops fared better than others based on the variables involved. Seeing the process firsthand made me love corn even more when it showed up on the menu. This simple oven roasting technique is a terrific way to make plenty for everyone to enjoy in one fell swoop.
How to Make the Best Oven Roasted corn on the Cob Recipe
Whether it's a backyard BBQ or Sunday dinner, roasting corn in the oven is ideal for making large batches at one time and there's no need to boil a large pot of water.
- Ingredients you'll need to make homemade Oven Roasted Corn: Corn with husks and silk removed, butter, garlic salt, black pepper, onion power and chopped fresh Italian parsley.
- Kitchen gadgets you'll need: A large rimmed sheet pan or jelly roll pan, measuring spoons, a small bowl to mix the butter and seasonings, a pastry brush preferably a silicone brush to slather the butter onto the corn.
- Heavy duty foil allows for easy clean-up after roasting the corn. Should you choose to roast it directly on the pan spray it liberally with cooking spray.
- You can use light butter or full fat butter for this recipe.
- You may opt to sprinkle the tops of the corn with grated Parmesan cheese for a twist.
- I recommend removing the corn from the cob for storing leftovers. You can use simply reheat it and serve it as a side dish, or use it as a topping for tacos, salads and more. You can also use it as an ingredient in casseroles or any recipe that calls for whole kernel corn.
More Ways To Enjoy Fresh Corn on the Cob
Corn is one of those downhome vegetables that's delicious fresh from the garden, canned or frozen. It seems to hold up well making it a year-round option for any meal, More recipes using corn you may like to try:
- For game day or any day when appetizers are on the menu this Four Cheese Hot Corn and Crab Dip will surely satisfy.
- Make the most perfect butter and milk corn in this tutorial showing you How to Boil Corn.
- A classic side dish in the South is this Southern Style Creamed Corn.
- If grilling is your thing, checkout this technique for making Grilled Corn on the Cob with a spectacular seasoned butter.
- You may also like this Grilled Corn Salsa from Minimalist Baker
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Oven Roasted Corn On The Cob
- 8 large corn on the cob husk and silk removed
- 6 tablespoon softened butter
- 1 tablespoon chopped Italian parsley
- 1 teaspoon garlic salt
- ¼ teaspoon onion powder
- ¼ teaspoon black freshly ground black pepper
- Preheat the oven to 425°F. Line a 10 x 15-inch jelly roll pan or similar with heavy duty aluminum foil and coat liberally with cooking spray.
- Mix together the softened butter, Italian parsley, garlic salt, onion powder and black pepper.
- Slather the corn on all sides with ½ of the seasoned butter. Lay side by side on the baking sheet. Cover loosely with foil.
- Bake for 25 minutes turning occasionally, or until tender.
- Uncover and increase the oven temperature to broil for 3-5 minutes to char slightly.
- Brush with the remaining seasoned butter and serve.
Delicious recipe...a keeper. Just the right seasoning yummy. Enjoy!
I am waiting for all the best local sweet corn - can't wait to try your method, have pinned it for safe keeping! Thank you so much for sharing my sweet corn relish recipe, too!
Me too, Brenda, it's like manna from heaven!
I heard that if you slather butter and the spices on a piece of bread then wrap the cob with bread in hand it's easy to get all the corn covered.
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This sounds so divine!!! Love corn on the cob! 🙂
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Glad to hear it Richard, thanks!
Little light on the spices?? Luv your blog though!!
If you want to spice this up go for it! You can sprinkle it with grated Parmesan cheese, add chili or Cajun spices and more, the sky is truly the limit. Spice is purely subjective and this version will please the larger majority of people in my opinion.