Corn on the cob is a dish that is perennially popular throughout the summertime, particularly when it comes to cooking outside. So give this Recipe for Smoked Corn on the Cob a try right now!


Smoked Corn on the Cob Recipe

A traditional summertime favorite, particularly when it comes to outdoor cooking, is corn on the cob.
Prep Time 2 hrs
Cook Time 2 hrs 30 mins
Course Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 6


  • Smoker
  • Large Pot


  • 6 Whole Ears of Corn (husks still attached)
  • Water
  • Melted Butter (optional)


  • One layer at a time, carefully remove the corn husks, being careful not to break them. Don't completely remove the husks.
  • Cut the corn silks off (the long, thread-like strands of plant material that grow underneath the husk of a fresh ear of corn).
  • Put the corn in a big saucepan of cold water, ear down, with the husks protruding out of the water. Take a two-hour soak.
  • Pull the husks back up over the ears after removing the corn.
  • Heat smoker to 230 °F.
  • Leaving some space between each ear, add corn to your smoker.
  • After around two hours of smoking, serve. (The corn needs to smoke for around two and a half hours if you wish to baste it with melted butter every half hour.)
Keyword Corn