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Corn on the Cob

When we think of the Fourth of July side dishes, we think of corn on the cob. Our Fourth of July sides feature corn on the cob grilled with herbs, slathered with flavored butter, and baked in corn pudding -- plus plenty of other variations!

Corn Smorgasbord

Better Homes and Gardens

When hosting a cookout, mix up these three spice blends for topping corn on the cob. It's much more fun than plain salt.

Total: 30 mins

Mexican Grilled Corn

Parents

Cotija cheese is the key ingredient that takes corn on the cob south of the border.

Total: 20 mins

Marinated Grilled Corn with Chili-Avocado Butter

Better Homes and Gardens

Marinated in Italian dressing, these grilled sweet corn and tomato wedges are topped with sweet and spicy chili-avocado butter. Serve this outdoor grilling recipe during summer when corn and tomatoes are plentiful.

Plank-Smoked Chicken with Grilled Corn Relish

Better Homes and Gardens

Grilled sweet corn is made into a homemade relish that pairs perfectly with the smoky chicken in this dinner recipe. Try it for a summer cookout.

Grilled Herb Corn on the Cob

Diabetic Living

For this side dish, the seasoned corn steams in its own husks on the grill. How easy is that?

Corn on the Cob Kabobs

Diabetic Living

Corn on the Cob with Cilantro-Lime Butter

Diabetic Living

Slather boiled or grilled corn on the cob with a fresh, herbacious butter to make the vegetable irresistible.

Grilled Corn with Lime Butter

Family Circle

Nothing says summer like fresh sweet corn. Corn-on-the-cob is extra flavorful when cooked on the grill, especially when it's served with lime butter.

Grilled-Corn Relish

Better Homes and Gardens

A spoonful of this easy summer relish adds a burst of fresh flavor to steak or fish. Or use it as a delicious side dish.

Mango and Corn Salad with Curry Vinaigrette

Better Homes and Gardens

You actually grill the fruit and the corn for this fresh and colorful side salad. Serve it with beef, pork, or chicken at your next cookout.

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