Frozen Canned Fresh Corn

When the corn crop is good, I make sure to can as much of it as I can. I'm spoiled, because this is the only "canned" corn I will eat. If you can't have the fresh stuff, this serves as a close second. I freeze it in quart sized freezer bags and stock pile it in the deep freeze. This way, I get fresh corn all year long.

Ready In:
40mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Cut fresh corn of the cob.
  • Combine in a big stock pot with remaining ingredients.
  • Bring corn to a boil and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Remove from heat and let corn cool.
  • Fill quart size freezer bags and freeze flat using a cookie sheet.
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"When the corn crop is good, I make sure to can as much of it as I can. I'm spoiled, because this is the only "canned" corn I will eat. If you can't have the fresh stuff, this serves as a close second. I freeze it in quart sized freezer bags and stock pile it in the deep freeze. This way, I get fresh corn all year long."
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  1. quirkycook
    When the corn crop is good, I make sure to can as much of it as I can. I'm spoiled, because this is the only "canned" corn I will eat. If you can't have the fresh stuff, this serves as a close second. I freeze it in quart sized freezer bags and stock pile it in the deep freeze. This way, I get fresh corn all year long.
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