Your smoker isn’t just for meat – fire it up this summer to smoke sweet corn on the cob! It’s the perfect easy side dish for serving a crowd at a barbecue.
Meat is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about using a smoker, but did you know vegetables can be just as delicious?
We’ve found that one of our absolute favorite foods to cook the smoker is corn on the cob. It’s a simple, hands-off way to make a side dish for a crowd at a barbecue. The smoke adds a really nice hint of flavor that pairs incredibly well with the sweetness of the corn.
How To Make Smoked Corn
Making smoked corn is very easy. I make it in my electric smoker by simply placing it straight on the racks.
What wood chips should I use to smoke corn?
I prefer applewood chips for this recipe. Other fruity chips like cherrywood and peach will also work well.
What temp to smoke corn on the cob?
I try to keep my smoker between 225F and 250F when smoking corn.
How long to smoke corn?
At 225F, your corn should take about 1 hour to smoke.
Can you reheat smoked corn?
Of course! The best way to reheat your smoked corn is to boil a pot of water on the stove, then drop it in. In just 1-2 minutes your corn will be nice and warm.
More Smoker Recipes
Other BBQ Recipe Ideas
- BBQ Spice Rub
- Bourbon Bacon BBQ Chicken Kebabs
- Homemade Baked Beans in Mini Bacon Cups
- Alabama White Sauce
6 Corn on the Cobs
Applewood or Cherrywood Chips
3 Tablespoons Melted Butter
Salt & Pepper
Add wood chips to your smoker and get it going – maintaining a temperature between 225 F and 250 F.
Husk your corn and place on the smoker’s racks.
Cook about 1 hour, until corn is tender.
Transfer to a serving platter and brush with the melted butter, then sprinkle with salt & pepper. Serve immediately.
- Calories: 155