Parmesan & Parsley Coated Corn on the Cob

Summer is soon coming to an end. Purchased corn at the Maplewood Farmers Market. The season for corn will soon be over. However, as mentioned to me by Stony Hill Farms, corn season will be extended until first frost. So, hope the weather stays balmy.

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Visited seven New Jersey Farmers Markets this summer. Took some photos and posted videos on YouTube. Enjoy a peek of the JERSEY FRESH Farmers Market experience.

Farmers Market VIDEOS

Maplewood Farmers Market 2016

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Roseland Farmers Market 2016

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Chatham Farmers Market 2016

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Millburn Farmers Market 2016

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South Orange Farmers Market 2016

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Nutley Farmers Market 2016

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Summit Farmers Market 2016

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My last blog post showed how to cook corn in the microwave.

Cooking Corn on the Cob ~The Easy Microwave Way

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In this post, I’m adding a topping to the cooked corn. Instead of simply adding butter to the corn, I added a few more ingredients.

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Feel free to increase or decrease some of the ingredients to your liking. If you don’t like spicy, remove the hot cherry pepper. When I made this, I used two garlic cloves, but decided after tasting, one clove is plenty.

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Parmesan & Parsley Coated Corn on the Cob
By Carmen Ortiz of sometimes SAVORY

Yield: about ¼ cup mixture

¼ cup olive oil
3 tablespoons butter
1 garlic clove, minced
¼ piece hot cherry pepper, diced, with seeds
Salt
Coarse black pepper
4 sprigs parsley, chopped
¼ cup Parmesan Cheese, grated

4 ears of corn, cooked

DIRECTIONS:
1) Add olive oil to pan over medium low heat.
2) Add butter.
3) Add salt and pepper.
4) Add garlic.
5) Add hot cherry pepper.
6) Add parsley.
7) Mix. Cook for about 1-2 minutes. [note: do not overcook garlic.]
8) Remove from heat.
9) Pour mixture over ears of corn.
10) Sprinkle grated parmesan cheese over cooked corn.

Enjoy!

RECIPE PHOTO TUTORIAL BY CARMEN ORTIZ
Of sometimes SAVORY

Parmesan & Parsley Coated Corn on the Cob

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DIRECTIONS:

Add olive oil to pan over medium low heat.
Add butter.
Add salt and pepper.
Add garlic.

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Add hot cherry pepper.

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Add parsley.

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Mix. Cook for about 1-2 minutes. [note: do not overcook garlic.]
Remove from heat.
Pour mixture over ears of corn.

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Sprinkle grated parmesan cheese over corn.

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Enjoy!

Support your Farmers Markets…stop by…Enjoy JERSEY FRESH.

~ Carmen
sometimes SAVORY…cooking is art revealed

NOTE: Dessert recipes can be found on my dessert blog, Baking is my Zen.

Photography by Carmen Ortiz ~All Rights Reserved.
Not to be used without permission.

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