How To Cook Corn On The Cob On A Traeger

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Time to enjoy that amazing Traeger flavor with your sweet corn.  This fast and easy recipe will have you wiping butter off your shirt in no time.  We are not responsible for any laundry bills.

How To Cook Corn On The Cob On A Traeger

Chef Jason, Ace's Grilling Expert, has come up with a fast and easy way to make this popular side dish.

Yield: 4 people

Prep time: 5 Minute Prep

Total time: 16-20 Minutes Cook Time

Printable Recipe: 2022 Ace Recipe - Traeger - Grilled Corn on the Cob


Measure     Ingredient                                             Prep Notes
4 ea              Corn, on the Cob                                  Shucked, soaked
½ tsp           Salt, Kosher or Sea
½ tsp           Pepper, Black Cracked or Ground
½ Stick       Butter, Unsalted


Wash all tools prior to use
Clean and sanitize all cutting boards and prep surfaces prior to use
Read all manufacturer’s instructions before using grills, or any cooking tools
Clean out Traeger as needed and change drip tray liner (if applicable)
Fill pellet hopper with Reserve Blend Pellets
Set Traeger to 425˚ F, hit enter and hit ignite
While Traeger is heating up:
Shuck ears of corn and remove silks
Soak ears of corn in warm water for 10 minutes prior to grilling
Place the ears of corn on the hot grill with about 2” space in between each cob
Turn the ears every 4-5 minutes
Total cook time should be around 16-20 minutes (depending on desired doneness)
At the 16 minute mark, test corn for doneness and cook longer if desired
Fully cooked corn will have some light color and the kernels of corn will be juicy and burst if pushed on too hard
Using Tongs, Remove the ears of corn from the grill and place onto a cookie sheet
Baste with butter and season to taste with salt and pepper
Grills / Grill Gear Used:
Published on 5/2/2022.
Always follow manufacturer's instructions before using any product.
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