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Corn - Frozen Recipe

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Added: Saturday, September 8, 2007

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
8 cups corn, raw and cut off cob
-1 cup water (less is best and none, if microwave)
1/2-1 stick butter, to taste (I use about 1/2 stick)
1-2 tablespoons sugar
1-2 teaspoons salt

Directions:
Directions:
Cut corn off cob and scrape cob. Place in large pan and add just enough water to prevent sticking. Stir often. Add butter, sugar and salt or season when you cook to serve. Gently bring to a boil. May need to reduce heat to prevent scorching. Continue to stir. Boil slowly for 7-10 minutes. Set off heat. Cool and package in 2 cup (1 pint) amounts in freezer bag or container.
To cook, just thaw and heat. It is ready to eat.
May omit butter, sugar and salt and season when you cook.
Yield: 10 dozen (120) ears yields 17 pints

MICROWAVE INSTRUCTIONS: May season with 1 stick butter and 1 teaspoon salt (optional) or just season when ready to serve. Microwave 8 cups on High for 5 minutes, stir and microwave another 5 minutes.
When you serve, it is already cooked, so just season with 1-2 tablespoons butter and salt, to taste (may add cream). Reheat very slowly.

 

 

 

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