Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter

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Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia Felsch

There’s few things as satisfying in life as simple food done really well.

Over the years, I’ve enjoyed finding more and more ways to demonstrate exactly this in my own life.

And as always with my mantra of simple, delicious, nutritious + fast!

These aren’t just words either.

When I create wholefoods recipes with this intention, it means the idea sticks. So when life gets crazy (because yes it does), I’ve got a whole mental collection of go-to recipes that satisfy and nourish – without stress, drama or a million dollars at the supermarket.

Sounds good right?

It’s kind of like the lessons I learnt from my incredible grandmother, who perhaps like yours had a whole mental filing cabinet of go-to recipes for anything and everything!

Same deal. And it’s awesome.

Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia Felsch

Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia Felsch
Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia Felsch

Corn is a glorious summer vegetable in Australia.

The whole boiled corn cob thing though? Not the most enticing, exciting or nutritious as you boil out so much nutrition!

So I took this simple vegetable and added the simple idea of grilling, or BBQ-ing which is again, very much a summer activity.

Then, because I truly did learn so much from my grandmother, I decided to create a seriously fast and delicious paprika butter to accompany the grilled corn.

(My grandmother was born in Hungary and paprika is essentially the national spice).

A little Mexican, Australian and Hungarian inspired is this dish and like all things I create – it truly is as simple to make as it sounds!

A tasty and satisfying side or snack that’s ready to go in moments.

Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia FelschGrilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia FelschGrilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia Felsch

V-GF
Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter
 
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yield: 3
Ingredients
  • 3 corn cobs
  • 50g butter
  • ¼ teaspoon sweet paprika
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Juice of ½ fresh lime
  • 1 tablespoon fresh coriander leaves
  • ¼ teaspoon chilli flakes (optional)
Instructions
  1. Peel corn cobs and wash well
  2. Heat griddle, frypan or BBQ on high heat
  3. Once hot and without oil, add corn
  4. Rotate and cook through until vibrantly golden and juicy
  5. Whilst cooking, melt butter in a small bowl
  6. Add paprika, season to taste and stir well to combine
  7. Once corn is cooked, coat or brush over butter mix
  8. Serve with fresh lime, coriander and optional chilli

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Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia FelschGrilled Corn with Paprika Butter | Nadia Felsch

4 Responses to "Grilled Corn with Paprika Butter"
  1. Kazz says:

    Nadia I made the above corn with paprika butter etc. I cheated a little as I was short on time so corn got microwaved not grilled but all I can say is OMG I thought I had died & gone to heaven! ? Seriously such a brilliant combo of flavours, so easy (& she that loves food but loathes cooking does like EASY) thank you for sharing what will become a weekly favourite of mine ????????????? xxx Kaz

  2. chloe says:

    I’ve heard corn has minimal nutritional value. Is this true?

    • Nadia says:

      Hi Chloe,

      Corn does sometimes get a bad wrap doesn’t it?!
      At the core though, corn is a vegetable; a source of energy for our bodies and containing a whole family of nutrients.
      And it sustained ancient populations for thousands of years in South America.

      Corns is rich in vitamin C and magnesium, it also contains certain B vitamins and potassium. For example, organic corn is a vitamin C food, magnesium-rich food, and contains certain B vitamins and potassium. It also supplies us with a good dose of two antioxidants linked to eye and skin health called zeaxanthin and lutein.

      The main issue with corn (depends a lot on where you live) is that it’s one of the most heavily cultivated crops on earth. In the US for instance, most of the corn grown in GMO corn of which I highly recommend to steer clear of.
      In Australia, where I am, GMO corn is not grown though it is included in almost all processed foods from the states such as tomato sauce, lollies and sweeteners.
      This is why corn is so popular to food companies – it’s versatile and cheap!

      So enjoy nutritious, fresh corn from quality sources (non GMO) and prepare it simply to lock in that nutrition!

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