Sweet Corn with Herb Butter

There is nothing like a hot piece of Corn on the Cob dripping with butter and seasoned with a little salt. But sometimes we like to change things up a bit, so we created three different flavors of Herb Butter to change the traditional flavor of corn a bit.

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There are many different ways to cook corn on the cob. You can leave it in the husks and grill it, or like we did with this corn – remove the husks, coat with herb butter and season with salt and pepper, wrap it in two layers of aluminum foil, and grill for 20 minutes over medium heat, turning 2-3 times during grilling. Or what could become your family’s favorite – boiling in water combined with 1 cup of milk, 1/3 cup brown sugar and 2 tablespoons butter or margarine to the water, it makes the corn really creamy.

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We created 3 different butters; Italian Herb – Dill – and Mexican, the flavor options are endless though. You can use fresh herbs from your garden, the grocery store. We like Gourmet Gardens that are available in the produce area.

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The Dill Butter has a light clean taste that brightens any main dish. The Italian Herb Butter would go well with an Italian sandwich or I could even see myself using this as a topping for pasta. And the Mexican Butter with a hint of chili pepper, cilantro and a bit of cumin is perfect for those wanting a little zing with their corn.

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In celebration of the 4th of July holiday, we are taking a tour of the United States. We have made our way to the South with Buttermilk Fried Chicken recipe, to Idaho and the North West with Loaded Baked Potato Salad, to New England area where cranberries are grown for our Cranberry Iced Tea, and the good old Midwest for a Chicago Dog that is featured on our Hot Dog Bar. And the Corn on the Cob for the Heartland of our Country.

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Follow along as we travel around the United States and share American Recipes for 4th of July!

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A delicious way to serve corn-on-the-cob. Herb Butter Recipe from PocketChangeGourmet.com
Serves: ½ cup
Ingredients
Dill Butter
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • ½ tablespoon chives, chopped finely
  • ½ tablespoon Gourmet Garden Dill
Italian Butter
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • 1 tablespoon Gourmet Garden Italian Herbs
  • ½ tablespoon Gourmet Garden Garlic
Mexican Butter
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • 1 tablespoon Gourmet Garden Cilantro
  • ½ tablespoon Gourmet Garden Chili Pepper
  • ½ teaspoon ground cumin
Instructions
  1. Soften butter by leaving on the counter for about an hour, or place in microwave for a few seconds
  2. Add herbs, spices and seasonings
  3. Mix well

 

Comments

  1. I am going to have to try these herb butter recipes!

  2. I love herb butters and these look delicious. I will be trying them all. I clicked over here from Delicious Dished. Love the new site!

  3. This looks really good. I love grilled corn on the cob.
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  4. I love playing with herbs/spices and butter. I can’t eat garlic and so I love thyme and melted butter spread on bread and then broiled.

  5. Oh I am a sucker for herb butter! Love the display. Following your blog now. I would love for you to show this off at my Wickedly Crafty Saturdays! Linky is still up & running. http://wiccanmakesometoo.blogspot.com/2011/08/wickedly-crafty-saturdays-81311.html

  6. That is so crazy! I just posted a Pesto Butter on my blog that is really similar to your Italian butter. Love your other butter recipes too.

  7. THANK YOU so much for sharing your recipe with me at Cast Party Wednesday. I’d like to invite you back this week.
    Thanks,
    I hope to see you again!

  8. Those butters sound fantastic and they’re pretty too.

  9. Hello from San Diego!

    I just wanted to let you know that your little goldmine of a blog/website never stops impressing me. I sometimes feel like you are a neighbor or friend because your writing style so very sweet and heartwarming.

    Keep up the great job you do! You are the American Dream. You are doing what’s truly on your hearts so that many others can enjoy their favorite foods, people, decorations, people, tips, people, living style and most importantly “the people” in our lives. Your love for people/families shines!!!

    God Bless you and America!
    Catherine in San Diego

    • Thanks so much Catherine! We are absolutely thrilled you like Pocket Change Gourmet! Happy 4th of July!
      ~Liz

  10. I’m wondering is it easy to convert your recipes to gluten & dairy free?

    • Madeline from Pocket Change Gourmet says

      Hi Ronda- each recipe will be different. There are many resources online to help with conversion. Good luck!

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