Nov 5, 2013

Grilled Corn with Sichuan Pepper Sea Salt & Smoked Serrano Chili Pepper

With a spicy, salty, citrusy, smoky and numbing flavor, the mix of these two spices will liven up any veggie dish from steamed broccoli, to stir-fried Brussels sprouts, to baked potatoes. And planning ahead, you can even surprise everyone at the Thanksgiving table this year by adding a few dashes of each spice into the pot of corn.

Sweet corn
Olive oil
Sichuan Pepper Sea Salt  
Smoked Serrano Chili Powder

1. Peel back the husks of the sweet corn, so they point in the opposite direction. Then remove the silky inner strands with a brush.

2. Preheat the grill on high. Lightly brush each cob with olive oil, and place on the grill with the cobs over the fire and the husks over the front edge to prevent burning. Turn fire down to medium.

3. Using the husks as handles, turn the corn every two minutes (and switch their places), in order to grill evenly. Once lightly charred – about 12-15 minutes – serve immediately with butter, Sichuan pepper sea salt, and smoked serrano chili powder.

Categories: ,


Post a Comment

Copyright © JommJalan | Powered by Blogger