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Frozen Sweet Corn

Here in Nebraska the sweet corn is ready and everyone is "doin corn". I got this recipe from a friend of mine and have been "doin" it for a few years now. Simple and oh so good.

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  • Cut corn off the cobs.
  • Mix all ingregients together in a roasting pan.
  • Bake, uncovered for 1 hour at 325.
  • Stir every 15 minutes.
  • Cool and freeze.
  • Can use ziploc bags or freezer containers.
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"Here in Nebraska the sweet corn is ready and everyone is "doin corn". I got this recipe from a friend of mine and have been "doin" it for a few years now. Simple and oh so good."
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  1. genie533
    After freezing in August, I don't allow us to have any until winter starts (a taste of summer in snow). So we've had two packages now and it is just like a sweet memory of a sunny Iowa meal. I didn't expect it to be so milky... I wonder if I should have baked it longer? I'll play with that next year, but I'll never freeze sweet corn any other way!
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  2. Lisa Gay
    I'll never freeze corn the old way again! This recipe is easy and yummy! I didn't have half and half so I substituted a can of Milnot and enough cream to make the pint required. Thank you so much for making my harvest cooking easier!
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  3. ahenkenius
    I'm from the great state of NE too, and there is no better treat than sweet corn! (frozen or otherwise) Go Huskers! :)
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  4. Jazze22
    Here in Nebraska the sweet corn is ready and everyone is "doin corn". I got this recipe from a friend of mine and have been "doin" it for a few years now. Simple and oh so good.
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