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What are the best ways to freeze corn on the cob??
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Binder-Man    Posted 08-07-2002 at 19:19:26       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Asking to see how everyone freezes corn on the cob,I like those big juicy ears in the winter time. Thank you for your help and suggestions!!

Binder-Man


Tammy - East Texas    Posted 08-10-2002 at 21:15:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
We always get a hatchet and cut the end with the worm off about 1 1/2 inches. Pull about three layers of husk off and row it in the freezer with nothing over it. Always have a couple of rows on one end of the freezer and works great and can boil, grill, use in soup or make cream style corn. If you are not to sure about this put about ten ears in the freezer. Make sure you don't peel the husk way down near the kernel are it will freezer burn. Works great give it a try and good luck.


Jean Hersh    Posted 07-08-2007 at 20:58:31       [Reply]  [Send Email]
They corn has been given to me already shucked and cleaned. Can I wrap the corn in clear wrap or foil and freeze them? Please help me!


Tory    Posted 07-15-2007 at 13:21:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I blanch them shucked and cleaned and cut into about 4 to 4 1/2 inch pcs.
I let the water boil, then add the corn and when the water begins to boil again (about 5 to 7 minutes) I remove from the heat and begin cooling them in cold water.
After they are thoroughly cooled, I bag them in water in 1 gallon zip lock baggies.
I stand the cobs in the baggy in two rows of 4 or 5 cobs (8 to 10 per bag), then add just enough water to cover most of the bottom row.
Partially seal the baggy and suck as much air out of the baggy as you can, seal and lay flat in freezer.
Hope this helps!


Joseph    Posted 07-31-2007 at 10:55:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Tory, Why do you put water in the bag when you frezze the corn?


jackie westberg    Posted 08-23-2009 at 16:30:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]
This is my first freezing corn on the cob. Do i just peel and husk and blanche in water and freeze or what.


Phred MN    Posted 08-08-2002 at 08:48:57       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'll go along with farmerjosh. Wrap each husked cob in foil. I always butter and salt it too so I can pull it out of the freezer and throw it on the grill.


bob ny    Posted 08-08-2002 at 04:17:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
we always blanch the ears first and put them in plastic bags getting as much air out as possible


Whizz    Posted 08-08-2002 at 04:42:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
We do the same here. Good way to get the air out is wrap each ear in saran/plastic wrap before you bag them.


Bob(WI)    Posted 08-07-2002 at 22:24:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
All we ever do is clean the cobs up good and through then in a plastic bag or wrap them in freezer wrap, right or wrong they still taste better than store bought frozen cob's when Jan. rolls around.


farmerjosh    Posted 08-07-2002 at 22:21:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
grandma always said to wrap each ear seperately in aluminum foil.....always worked for her


DeadCarp    Posted 08-07-2002 at 20:35:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
If my experience counts, pack it behind my wife in the wintertime! You can even pre-chill it between her feet if you want to get technical :)


wayne germann    Posted 08-20-2003 at 14:05:53       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Do I have to blanch fresh corn on the cob before I freeze it and for how long do I keep it in the boiling water?


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