Grammabob's Freezer Corn

Grammabob's Freezer Corn

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Katherine Arthur

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@radiovixen76

Farm fresh corn-on-the-cob goodness any time of year! This is the best frozen corn recipe I've ever tasted. You'll never want store-bought canned corn again.

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Serves:
40 1/2 cup servings
Prep:
45 Min
Cook:
1 Hr
Method:
Roast

Ingredients

How to Make Grammabob's Freezer Corn

Step-by-Step

  1. Cut corn from ears and place in roaster pan (granite ware roaster pan works perfectly). Pour half and half over corn. Cut butter into pieces and place on top of corn.
  2. Cover and bake at 325° for 1 hour. Stir corn every 15 minutes.
  3. Fill sink with ice water. Set pan in ice water to cool. Make sure corn is completely cool before bagging.
  4. Bag in quart-size freezer bags or freezer containers and freeze.

    To serve, thaw corn in bag/container and gently warm in saucepan or microwave. Enjoy!

    Frozen corn can be stored in freezer for up to one year

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About Grammabob's Freezer Corn

Course/Dish: Vegetables
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American
Hashtag: #corn




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