Grilled Corn Kicked Up

Summer nights and sunsets are so pretty. Do you look at funky clouds and see shapes of things? Check this one out. I see a dinosaur:)

The other night was taco night and along with tacos, I fired up the grill for some summer corn. The Husband and I love to grill anytime of the year but summer is the best time for corn on the cob. I fetched some fresh jalapeno from the garden which kicked this corn up to something special. Bam! This is how it went down.

Shucked and washed four ears of corn. Simmered 2 tbsp yogurt butter with garlic and chopped seeded jalapeno. Placed corn in large ziplock bag. Drizzled 3/4 of butter mixture into bag. Zipped and shook it like a Polaroid picture until coated with the butter. I know butter is not the healthiest choice, but little splurges make things more interesting. Wrapped each ear in nonstick foil. Placed onto the grill about 350 degrees turning frequently. Grilled until done. Cut into little ears and served hot. Soooo tasty!

What do you see in the clouds? Have a great day!


About nthefitzone

Hi, my name is Allyson. I am a 40 something yoga and Pilates teacher. This blog documents my passion for yoga, Pilates, running, strength training, nutrition, and healthy cooking. I hope to inspire others to find their inner athlete, to get strong and healthy, to set goals and reach them. Age doesn't matter. Anything is possible with hard work, determination, drive, commitment and passion. Follow along for some healthy fun and find your inner athlete. It's in there, just waiting to shine :)

Posted on August 1, 2012, in On The Side and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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