Grilled Corn, Three Ways

It’s corn season! Try these fun new toppings.

From right to left: Everything Bagel, Pesto-Parmesan, Feta-Panko, Sundried Tomato Pesto-Parmesan

From right to left: Everything Bagel, Pesto-Parmesan, Feta-Panko, Sundried Tomato Pesto-Parmesan

How to Grill Corn: Peel back the husks and remove the silks; tie the husks together with a strip of husk or twine to make a handle. Brush the corn with oil and grill over high heat, turning, until lightly charred, 8 to 10 minutes.

Everything Bagel: Spread corn with scallion cream cheese; sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds, poppy seeds, dried onion and coarse salt.

Pesto-Parmesan: Spread corn with pesto (for Sundried Tomato-Pesto and Parmesan use sundried tomato pesto), then roll in freshly grated Parmesan.

Feta-Panko: Firmly rub corn with crumbled feta, pressing it into the crevices; top with toasted panko and chives.

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