Vietnamese Grilled Corn Recipe (Bap Nuong Mo Hanh)

The Vietnamese Grilled Corn with Scallion Oil (Bap nuong mo hanh) is an ideal side to any meal, from everyday meals to backyard BBQ. A bit of char, and a bit of scallion oil increase the sweetness of corn quite a bit.

This blog is one of the most enjoyable projects I’ve ever worked on as I am able to be able to share it with my readers, as well as my loved ones and my families. It’s a topic I discuss often with my friends and it’s important to them that they are the same way I do. I also get some of some of the most innovative ideas to write blog articles. For instance this dish for Vietnamese barbecued corn (bap nuong) was suggested by a acquaintance of mine. He explained to me that this was something his mom cooks every day. It was awe-inspiring since I’d never heard of this delicious and easy recipe for corn. I was convinced that I needed to make sure to make it available to others.

Vietnamese Grilled Corn Recipe (Bap Nuong Mo Hanh)
Bắp nướng mỡ hành – A Perfect Vietnamese Grilled Corn Recipe

Grilling is among the most enjoyable methods of enjoying freshly sweet corn. I’ve written about a number of well-known Vietnamese dishes that make use of corn previously, including chili corn, chicken, sauteed corn and sweet corn pudding (Che Bap). Today’s recipe is a very simple and popular street food item that you can find here: grilled corn with the oil of scallion. It’s called ” bap nuong mo hanh“.

This dish’s corn that has been grilled is succulent and juicy with a slight charcoal. We then drizzle it with a delicious scallion oil that takes only minutes to cook.

Ingredients

This Vietnamese grill corn recipe is made with only a few ingredients:

It is possible to grill the whole Corn on the Cob, or cut it into smaller pieces. I cook on a stovetop grill pan, and I like cutting the corn into 2 inch long sections , then chop into half. You are free to keep it as is or cut it the way you like or grill it in its entirety and then chop it before serving.

Making Scallion Oil

The Vietnamese oil of scallion (Mỡ Hành) is an excellent ingredient to add to numerous Vietnamese grilling dishes, like pork chops grilled, grilled eggplant as well as grilling shellfish. Simply heat cooking oil until it’s hot, then add chopped scallops.

Mỡ hành is an important ingredient for many Vietnamese dishes, Grilled Corn is one of them

The oil must be hot enough that, once it is added the scallion will begin to sizzle right away. Cook for a couple of minutes to tenderize the scallion and then transfer the oil mix into a bowl that is clean as soon as the scallion still appears bright green.

Vietnamese Scallions & Oil Garnish Recipe (Mo Hanh)

The making of Vietnamese Grilled Corn

I prefer to soak the corn in water that is lightly salted for around 10 minutes. This will help the corn not dry out as quickly when grilling. Then grilling, cook the corn on moderate heat, turning it every few minutes to ensure an even cooking. The corn should be brushed with a small amount of liquid from the oil scallion mix every time you rotate.

Just before you remove it from grilling, use a brush and sprinkle the scallion and oil in the mixture on the corn. It will take a while until you are able to sense the aroma of the oil from the scallion.

Other Vietnamese dish with Mỡ hành:

Now is the time to transfer to serving dishes and have a good time!

Vietnamese Grilled Corn Recipe (Bắp Nướng Mỡ Hành)

The Vietnamese Grilled Corn with Scallion Oil (Bắp nướng) is a wonderful accompaniment to every meal, from regular dinners to barbecues in the backyard. A little bit of char and a drizzle of scallion oil can increase the sweetness of corn quite a bit.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 19 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Side Dish
Cuisine vietnamese
Servings 2
Calories 215 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2 ears of sweet corn (Or Vietnamese corn)
  • 1/2 cup cooking oils (60ml)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup of chopped, green pieces from the scallion (about 50g)

Instructions
 

  • Take the silk and husks out of the corn and let them soak in a bowl of water that is lightly salted for around 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Set a small saucepan on medium-high temperature. Pour in oil and wait until it's hot. Drop a slice of onion into the oil and if it immediately starts to sizzle then it is cooked. Add the remaining scallions with salt. Mix and simmer for couple of seconds until the scallions smell fragrant and are soft. Transfer the oil mixture of scallion into a bowl that is clean.
  • Pre-heat your grill outside or pan to medium-high temperature. Put corn on the grill and let it cook for about 15 minutes , until it is tender. rotating every couple of minutes. Lightly rub the corn using the oil used in the scallion oil mix every time you rotate it.
  • Just before you remove your corn off the grill scrub and sprinkle both the scallion and oil in the mixture on the corn. It will take a while until you detect the scent of the oil from the scallion.
  • Transfer the corn that you have grilled to platters and then serve it right at once.

Notes

Grill the entire Corn on the Cob, or cut it into smaller sections. I cook on a stovetop grill pan, and I like cutting the corn into two-inch long pieces, then cut into half. Feel free to leave the whole thing or chop it however you’d like. It is also possible to grill it all in one go and then chop it before serving.
I enjoy my grilled corn with lots of scallion. You can also extend this amount of scallion into three ears. Add two tablespoons (30ml) to the second step.
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