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Simple Snack - Baked Corn on the Cob

As the title say, this is really a simple snack to make. Do not laugh at what I am posting today :).
When I first came to US, the stove I had in my apartment was electric. I tried to roast the corn on the cob on the stove like my mom used to do back in India and it tasted really bad.
So this is for people like me who might be wondering how to roast a corn on the cob. It is quick, pretty easy and tastes awfully good.

Ingredients

4 corn on the cob
couple of table spoons of melted butter
pinch of salt (if using unsalted butter)

Method

Preheat the oven to 400F.
Husk the corn. Take aluminum foil and cut four sheets, each sheet little bigger than the corn and 4 times wider than the corn as we will be rolling the corn in the aluminum foil sheet.
Now place one corn cob in the center of one sheet, brush with butter and sprinkle the salt.
 Roll the foil like you roll a candy as shown below.
Now line the corn in the oven seam side up.
Let them bake for 30 minutes and voila corn on the cob is ready for you. See I told you it is simple. The only hard part is waiting 30 minutes patiently for the corn to bake :).

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