Glazed Chili-Lime Bacon Wrapped Corn is a delicious summer side, perfect for backyard cookouts. Fresh corn on the cob is wrapped in bacon and basted with a sweet and zesty glaze, then grilled to perfection. Fire up the grill for this irresistible Glazed Chili-Lime Bacon Wrapped Corn.
Everybody loves bacon, so why not pair hickory smoked bacon with sweet corn on the cob? We did just that, adding a little heat from chili powder and a honey lime glaze for an insanely delicious side dish. It’s a tasty way to enjoy a bushel of fresh summer corn. GoodCook makes it easy to combine these fabulous flavors and get everything on the grill just in time for dinner!
Get the Tools
Don’t let grilling corn intimidate you. With the GoodCook Corn Grilling Basket, cooking corn on the grill is easy. Start with a GoodCook Touch Mixing Bowl to mix up the sweet and zesty sauce and a GoodCook Meat Tenderizer for sealing strips of bacon together. You’ll also need a GoodCook Touch Silicone Basting Brush for the glaze. And when it comes time to taste, use a pair of GoodCook Corn Skewers to easily grip corn on the cob from each end. No more greasy hands! Are you ready to fire up the grill?
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Glazed Chili-Lime Bacon Wrapped Corn
Corn, bacon and our corn griller makes it easy to make a recipe that rivals even the most famous food trucks.
- Yield: 4
- 4 ears of fresh corn
- 1 pound bacon
- 1 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
- 1/2 cup honey
- 1 Tablespoon fresh lime juice
- Lime wedges for serving
In a small bowl, mix honey and lime juice together, put a third of it in another bowl, set both aside. Shuck corn. Mix the chili powder, salt and pepper together. On a large cutting board, or parchment sheet, lay out 3 pieces of bacon. The sides should slightly overlap, lay a parchment sheet over top and gently beat with a meat mallet to press together. Remove parchment, and sprinkle about ½ teaspoon of seasoning across the bacon. Then take an ear of corn and tightly wrap the bacon around it. Repeat with remaining 3 ears. Place in fridge while the grill heats up.
Cook on medium heat, rotating every 5 minutes for 25 minutes. Baste with glaze and cook an additional 5 minutes, rotating as needed. Serve with lime wedges to squeeze over top.