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Fresh corn on the cob can be frozen by shucking the corn thoroughly, boiling the cobs normally, securing the cobs in foil, placing them in a bag and putting them in the freezer. When you are ready to use the corn, just t... More »

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Boil corn on the cob until tender or for approximately 10 minutes. Preparation time is five minutes, so the corn is ready to eat in 15 minutes. More »

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To freeze sweet corn on the cob, husk the corn and remove the silk, blanch the corn, cool, drain and bag the corn. A person may also choose to remove the kernels from the cob and freeze the kernels only. More »

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To freeze corn on the cob, remove the husks, silks, and any damaged spots, blanch the cobs, and then freeze the corn in freezer bags or containers. To get the best flavor, freeze fresh corn on the cob within two to six h... More »

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Some different recipes for grilling corn on the cob involve grilling it in the husk, inside aluminum foil or without the husk on the grill. The primary difference between using the husk or foil and leaving the corn unwra... More »

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Grilling corn on the cob in aluminum foil requires wrapping the corn in the foil and grilling it for approximately 20 minutes on medium heat. Food Network and Reynolds Kitchen both suggest using heavy-duty aluminum foil ... More »

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To make Mexican-style corn, remove the husks from the corn cobs and grill the corn until lightly charred before topping the cobs with mayonnaise, cilantro, sour cream, Parmesan cheese, chili powder and lime juice. This m... More »

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