Corn Relish for canning

Corn Relish for canning created by rmsannes

A good way to get rid of surplus corn or a really good corn deal-good with brats, dogs, and burgers.

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54mins
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directions

  • Cook ears of corn in boiling salted water for 4 minutes.
  • Remove and plunge in ice water-strain-and cut corn from cob-you want 10 cups.
  • Combine corn with remaining ingredients in a large pot and simmer for 20 minutes.
  • Immediately pack into clean hot pint jars, leaving 1/2 inch head space; seal.
  • Process for 15 minutes in a boiling water bath.
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"A good way to get rid of surplus corn or a really good corn deal-good with brats, dogs, and burgers."
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  1. Anonymous
    Can I use frozen corn in this recipe, instead of fresh?
    Replies 1
  2. robecampb
    Is this a sweet corn relish?
    Replies 1
  3. suzzie1431
    Cant use green pepoer so I added yellow instead. Actually made it slghtly sweeter. For a change the addition of 1 small shredded carrot added colour but didn't change te flavor or texture. Turned out lovely
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  4. mafscookin
    Sounds Gr8 and Will Definitely be Making it this year Kids Love Salsa and If I Add this to a can of Diced Tomatoes and a touch of Heat they will gobble it up and NEVER even realize they are eating Their Veggies One Note: For those of Us who Have Black thumbs... Corn Cob Yields Approx . 1/2C So 20 Cobs Is About 10Cups (if Your Buying Frozen)
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  5. rmsannes
    Excellent! Didn't change a thing!
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