A wonderful blend of roasted corn and bacon. Topped with the flavor of Parmesan cheese. These make great tailgater tidbits or as a side with bar-b-que either chicken or beef.
Recipe by Brenda Craig, Texas Brew Products
Texas Brew Honey Roasted Chipotle Salsa, Medium
3 Ears of fresh corn on the cob in the shuck
9 slices of bacon
Parmesan cheese, grated
Toothpicks soaked in water (cut in half)
Wooden skewers soaked in water
1. Pull back the husk exposing the corn, not removing the husk. Remove the silks. Put the husk back up around the corn and soak in water for 30 minutes. Preheat grill to medium heat.
2. Remove corn from water and pat dry. Place on grill and allow to steam for about 10 to 15 minutes, turning ever few minutes
3. Remove from grill and allow to cool enough to husks
4. Turn grill on low.
5. While corn cools in a wide mouth bowl mix up a thick but spreadable paste of salsa and shredded cheese
6. On a large flat cookie sheet stretch out a piece of bacon and spread with a generous layer of salsa/cheese mixture on the bacon strip. ( a process you will repeat for each piece of corn)
7. Remove shucks/silks from corn and break in to small cobs.
8. Place corn on one end of the bacon and roll up and overlap enough to allow for shrinkage when cooking. Cut off excess bacon or if you want to take the time cooking you can continue to wrap the whole ear. Keep in mind this will be take more time to cook and will require much more attention while cooking. Secure with a toothpick that has been soaked in water.
9. After wrapping all corn pieces, push a water soaked half skewer into each cob and place on grill. Turn frequently until the bacon is cooked and somewhat crisp.
10. erve warm as an appetizer or with your favorite burger.
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