Meat is the obvious choice for a barbecue, but there are lots of other options for non meat eaters, the BBQ sweet potato and halloumi salad is a perfect example, but I always like to make sure my accompaniments are exciting too. A few nights ago we had a beautiful dinner of balsamic chicken thighs with a tomato and feta salad, and some BBQ Corn on the cob. The recipe here will change the way you eat corn forever! To be honest it’s the only way corn should ever be eaten. Just slathered with a little bit of butter, garlic and parsley is a nice easy option but you can totally go one step further and roll the hot corn on the cob in grated Parmesan cheese with a little chopped chilli or with a little bit of lime and basil butter.
Whatever way you finish it is up to you, but this basic method is a real winner and the real exciting part of the whole process is when the husk which go bone dry during the cooking are peeled back and place in the center of the grill and erupt into flames. Definitely a show stopper!