Only four ingredients: Grilled Bacon Corn on the Cob

Summer is coming to an end and by now you've probably tried every possible BBQ delicacy imagineable... or maybe not! This recipe takes some grill party staples and combines them in a very unique way. It's a blend of flavors that will live on in your memory to keep your taste buds cozy during the cold winter months. So husk that corn and grab some bacon... we're about to make some Grilled Bacon Corn on the Cob!

You'll need (for one cob):

  • 7 strips of bacon
  • 2 slices of cheese
  • 1 cob of corn, boiled
  • 2 tbsp teriyaki sauce

Here's how:

  1. Lay five strips of bacon side-by-side lengthwise making sure to overlap them a bit. Lay two more strips across them about one third from the bottom. Now lay two slices of cheese on your "bacon cross."
  2. Lay the cob of corn on the cheese and roll it up only in the cheese keeping it on the two strips of bacon laying across the bottom layer. Now wrap the bacon crosspieces around the ends of the cob and roll it up in the first bacon layer.
  3. Baste the roll with teriyaki sauce and grill it at around 280°F for approximately 30 minutes. Make sure to turn them every few minutes so they cook evenly.

Cheese and bacon are definitely a good idea, but the teriyaki sauce is the real crowning touch that gives these creations their unique mouthwatering appeal. It only takes one bite to leave you wishing that the summer would never end... Enjoy!

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