Thursday, May 12, 2016

Baked Corn on the Cob

Happy Thursday!

I got home on Monday to find the building had shut the water off! What! Why?! The notice said it was to repair the water flow. SMH I didn't care I just wanted to make dinner and eat, I was hungry. So because I had no access to water I made the simplest thing I could put my hands on.

Thursday's Treat...Baked Corn on the Cob!
Ingredients:
-corn on the cob
-olive oil
-lemon pepper
-basil
-sage
-parsley


I had three large pieces so I cut each in half. In a bowl I added 2 tbsps olive oil, 2 tbsps lemon pepper, 2 tbsps basil, 2 tbsps sage and 2 tbsps of parsley. The fun part was using my hands to rub the cobs down thoroughly. I used these great precut pieces of aluminum foil I found at my local Dollar store and wrapped each piece placed on baking tray. Turned my toaster oven to 425 degrees for 25 minutes.

That was it. I served them with Avocado, plum tomatoes and cucumber slices. Delish! The corn was so juicy and Lil Mama doesn't like biting into the cob so she sliced the kernels of and it was super quick. Clean up was easy and the water returned just in time too. Enjoy!!!

Always stress free xo
Mari

9 comments:

  1. Oh yum - sounds delish! I have never made corn with olive oil, lemon, and sage. Looks like a great way to spice up some boring corn. Thanks for the idea!!! And "always stress free" ha ha - that is good one!!

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  2. San, thanks for stopping by appreciate the visit :)

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  3. Okay, this is just what I need. I have a package of frozen corn on the cob in the freezer that needs to be eaten. Going to try your method and see how it goes. Thanks so much for sharing it on the plant-based potluck linkup, or I might have missed it!

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    1. Kathryn glad you liked my share, don't forget to defrost lol hope you like

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  4. Thanks for sharing at the “What’s for Dinner” party!

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  5. Sounds like an easy way to make corn on the cob! Thanks for the recipe. Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Sharing on MM Pinterest board! Have a great week!
    Kim

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    1. Thanks for comments appreciate support

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  6. Came back to let you know this is my pick for #RecipeOfTheDay today on my foodie FB page and other social media. Looking forward to making this yummy recipe again soon!

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    1. Kathryn thank you so much appreciate that! Xo :)

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