How To Freeze Corn!

Corn Ready To Freeze

From the Facebook group Canning, Freezing, Dehydrating, Food Preserving and Homesteading

Saw some folks asking about freezing corn on the cob. Here is the way I’ve been doing it for many years, after a long time old farmer told me how to get the best tasting frozen corn.

Peel away a few of the outer layers of shuck skins. Trim each end of the cob.

DO NOT blanch the corn. Put the corn straight into freezer bags or vacuum seal them, and freeze. When you’re ready to eat it, put it under running water and remove the shucks and silks. Then boil it for approx 15 minutes. You can also steam it, put on the grill in the shuck wrapped in aluminum foil or even microwave it. Perfect corn on the cob!!! It will taste like fresh picked. I’ve been doing it this way for many years and its never been soggy or gummy. Just always cook it while frozen.