This grilled corn brings together the flavors of summer by topping it with an Old Bay mayo, making it a perfect side for summertime grilling!
I’m still going strong with the summer recipes!! We still have a month left! And if you are in Austin like me, we have like 3 months left haha. I did do some recipe testing using pumpkin this weekend though. When I think of some staple foods in summer corn is definitely one of them. Asparagus, tomatoes, zucchini, and berries also come to mind, but you can get those in the winter for the most part. Fresh corn on the cob? Nope.
Corn was a staple in my family’s diet during the summer months growing up. I remember some nights my mom would come home late and she would just microwave 2 ears of corn for dinner for herself. Not going to lie, I think my parents might still do this, especially since there are no more kids in the house. I think I stepped this recipe up just a little 🙂
While this grilled corn isn’t as easy as throwing it in the microwave, it’s still super easy and so delicious! We ate 3 of the ears right after I finished taking photos of them. Grilling might be one of my favorite things about summer and this corn does it justice. All you need to do is coat the corn will the little oil and throw it directly on there. I use this bottle all the time and it works perfectly for this recipe.
And you guys know I’m all about sauces – it’s the easiest way to add some flavor to foods. If you are from the east coast, you are definitely familiar with Old Bay. I made a quick and easy sauce with mayo + Old Bay. The sauce might even be better than the corn, I wanted to put it on everything! I used Primal Kitchen mayo, but you can use homemade too!
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