I don’t know how many of you like corn-on-the-cob…….but I LOVE it! I’m always sad when cob season is done! I can’t stand canned corn from the store……nothing but rubbery, tough-to-chew, ickyness. So, I’ve decided to share a recipe with you that my Mom and Grandma and I have used over the years. I think it makes the corn taste just like it came off the cob….nice and sweet!
First……get yourself some corn…..duh. Husk, remove the silks and rinse it off with water.
9 cups of corn (approx. 1 dozen ears.) I usually thrown in 1 extra ears for good measure.
3 cups water
1/4 cup sugar
1 TBLSP salt
Cut the corn off the cob and put in a large pot. Add the rest of the ingredients and bring to a boil for 2-3 minutes. Cool and Freeze.
Each batch will make about 4 quart size baggies when you put 2 cups in each bag.
*I usually use quart size freezer bags. I put 2 cups of the corn mixture in each bag. They are the perfect size for our little family.