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    Smoked corn

    Does anybody have some good smoked corn recipes??? Am thinking of smoking, then freezing it for soups and Chilli down the road this winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkal View Post
    Does anybody have some good smoked corn recipes??? Am thinking of smoking, then freezing it for soups and Chilli down the road this winter.
    Never heard of smoked corn, but I will most certainly be following this thread to learn more - thanks.
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    Neat idea. I haven't tried it, but I'd treat it like the way I smoke salt. Remove the kernels from the cob, lay flat on a sheet pan. Smoke for about 2 hours on the lowest heat possible. You will need to check frequently to make sure it doesn't dry out.

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    What if you seasoned it and dried it out on the smoker?
    Would you end up with smoked corn nuts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey Cox View Post
    What if you seasoned it and dried it out on the smoker?
    Would you end up with smoked corn nuts?
    I like that idea. Buddy said he uses butter mixed with garlic powder, salt and pepper. Then brushes it on the cob. Cooks at 225 ferenhit for about 50 minutes or so. Cuts it of, then it's ready for chili

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    Try southern fried corn. Butter on the corn, into the smoker on 225 for 20 ish min, flip and more butter, 20 more min. 40 to 45 total. Take the corn off, strip the kernals off the cob, into a frying pan. More butter, little salt,pepper,onion, garlic( spog). Fry it on medium low till its just firm, browning slightly.

    Trust me, its amazing
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    my wife is Mexican and they don't smoke it but they grill it [om a bbq with pretty much just butter and salt]. Personally I am not a big fan of corn unless it is in bread, or wrapped around hot dogs.

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    Not.sure if these pictures uploaded from my phone, but I cut the corn off the cob into a tinfoil pan, poured some.butter in, then seasoned with " Dmay 2022 funshoot" spice.
    Cooked in the smoker for about an hour then into the frying pan for about 45 minutes on very low.
    It turned Into candy!!! Has the consistency of rasins/caramel and is a real treat

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    Oh ya!!!
    Used bkal's recipe tonight. It is candy!....super!
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