Sweetcorn

lythande1, Dec 31, 6:51pm
Blanching helps delay the enzymes decaying it. If you don't, expect watery, squashy cobs.
You will get a certain amount of it anyway, because home freezers can't flash freeze but better to blanch than not at all.


corostreet1, Dec 30, 10:09pm
TO FREEZE BLANCH OR NOT AND IF SO HOW LONG IN HOT WATER . THANKS

jan2242, Dec 30, 10:30pm
Are they in the husk 9if that's the word) or ? If in the husk I just put them in as is.

pickles7, Dec 30, 11:36pm
I froze them once in the husks and threw them all out. There are many sites to research methods. corostreet1. you tube would be helpful too.
The manufacturer's of frozen corn would not blanch there's if they felt it was not necessary.

nauru, Jan 16, 9:49am
I tried freezing the cobs once and didn't like them much. I do however remove the corn and freeze with good results, I don't blanch it either.

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