Sweetcorn With Heat!

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This is a really quick recipe for adding a little heat and flavour to corn on the cob.

Simply clean your corn cob, and wrap up in some kitchen foil, with a large knob of butter, a diced chilli and the juice of a lime.

Put the parcel in an oven at 200°C and cook for about 20 mins (longer if you want slightly less crunchy corn).

Serve and enjoy the heat.

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4 Responses to Sweetcorn With Heat!

  1. David says:

    Sounds really good! Janice isn’t a fan of really spicy food. Would bell peppers work, do you think? Might have to give that a try. Thanks for sharing, Alan!

    • Hi David, I’ve never tried bell peppers but I think it would be worth a try, at the end of the day it’s about transferring flavour.

      You could try a milder chilli and de-seed it as well, that should still give some heat but nothing too fiery.

  2. Z says:

    I’ll try that, when the season comes around. Thanks.

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