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This Buffalo Blue Cheese Corn on the Cob recipe grabs buttered corn and sears it on the grill while you whip up a buffalo blue cheese sauce that is brushed on the corn right after taking it off the grill!
Best Corn on the Cob Recipe:
This recipe takes quickly-buttered corn on the cob ears and sears them on the grill while you whip up a buffalo blue cheese sauce made with Texas Pete® Buffalo Wing Sauce, melted butter, and blue cheese crumbles.
The sauce is brushed on the corn right after taking it off the grill, so the sauce sizzles it’s way to perfection on the top of each ear of corn!
A generous sprinkle of fresh blue cheese crumbles and slivers of green onion are added to finish the buffalo – blue cheese experience!
This is seriously one of the best ways I have ever experienced eating corn.
I think you’ll be hooked too! Just take one bite – you’ll see!
Buffalo Corn Ingredients:
- 4 ears of fresh corn on the cob, shucked
- 4 Tablespoons butter, divided
- 3 Tablespoons
- Buffalo-style Texas Pete® Buffalo Wing Sauce
- 1/2 cup blue cheese, crumbled plus more for garnish
- green onion, cut into thin slices or slivers as garnish (optional)
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Buffalo Blue Cheese Corn Directions:
- Using 1 Tablespoon of butter, coat each ear of shucked corn with a touch of the butter. Place the ears of corn on the grill and grill over medium heat for 10-12 minutes, turning occasionally with a trusty pair of grilling tongs.
- While the ears of corn on the cob are grilling, you can make the buffalo – blue cheese sauce by heating a small saucepan over medium-low heat and adding the last 3 Tablespoons of butter. Once the butter is melted, add the buffalo hot sauce and 1/2 cup of the blue cheese crumbles and allow the cheese to melt, stirring occasionally.
- Once the corn has cooked sufficiently on the grill, remove using the tongs and brush on a generous amount of the buffalo-blue cheese sauce while the corn is still hot. While the sauce is melting into the corn, sprinkle the corn with the other 2 Tablespoons of blue cheese crumbles and green onion slivers. Serve while still warm.
My family likes our corn grilled with the husks already off.
Those amazing char marks from the grill play up the flavor and the look of the finished grilled corn on the cob.
I highly recommend taking the silk off of your corn, adding butter to the outside of each ear of corn, and grilling the corn right on the grill.
I also recommend having corn on the cob boats and finger holders as these pieces of corn on the cob are amazingly delicious and are also a little on the saucy side.
To keep the sauce contained to your plate – use corn on the cob boats and utensils if you have them.
Grilled Corn on the Cob Pairings:
How to Store Leftovers:
You will likely have absolutely no leftover Buffalo Blue Cheese corn on the cob.
However, if you do find yourself in this situation, store any leftover grilled corn on the cob ears in a separate food-safe airtight storage container from the buffalo blue cheese sauce.
Place these two containers in the fridge for up to 48 hours before reheating and serving once again.
To reheat, simply place your chilled ears of corn in tin foil and place back on the grill or in the oven at a temperature of around 300*F for 3-7 minutes, depending on how your grill or oven cooks and how hot you like your ears of corn on the cob.
Brush with more butter and your leftover buffalo blue cheese sauce and enjoy!