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Hi,
If you were after some recipes for your BBQ we have a large range to try via the link at Weber!
BBQ Recipes Food Ideas Weber Australia
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There are literally thousands of recipes for cooking corn on the internet. Here is just one of them, if this is not to your liking chose from the wide choice by just Googling for Corn recipes.

Corn on the cob - grilled with Chili and Basil Butter

4 large ears of corn on the cob

Chili and basil butter

125 gr butter
1 large chili
5 large basil leaves
1 clove garlic - crushed
salt/pepper

Peel back the husks from the corn, leaving them attached at the base. Remove silky hair from corn and discard. Fold husks back over corn and tie with a piece of string to keep closed. Some people say you must soak the corn in water for a couple of hours..well, I did not and I think the result was still perfect. Heat your grill, BBQ or griddle panwhat is the best recipe - ir?t=widgetsamazon-20&l=btl&camp=213689&creative=392969&o=1&a=b0000936k2 until hot and place the corn on the grill.

In a food processor, add all the ingredients for the butter and pulse until well blended. Use for basting the corn while grilling.

Turn the corn frequently while grilling, all the time basting the corn. Serve with more of that delicious butter as a side dish to a BBQ or as a wholesome vegetarian supper!

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