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Enjoy Your Tebbs Corn All Year Long! 

Our Recommended Sweet Corn Freezing Instructions

Get The Sweet Taste of Summer in the Depths of Winter By Following These Simple Instructions!

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1. Husk & Clean the Corn

Step 1: Husk and remove the silks from the corn first. Place the “naked” corn in a sink or large bowl of cold water to clean off anything still on the cobs. 

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2. Bring Water to Boil

Step 2: Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add corn, several ears at a time, to the boiling water, cover with a lid & blanch them for about 3 minutes.

The actual amount you boil at one time will depend on the size of your pot. Keep in mind we are just par cooking the sweet corn, we don’t want to cook it all the way through.

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3. Stop the cooking process for the Corn

Step 3: Use tongs to pull the blanched corn from the water and add it to the ice bath. Allow it to sit in the ice-cold water for about five minutes or until it’s no longer hot.

Pull it from the water to drain.

4. Cut Off Your Tebbs Corn

Step 4: Get out a big cutting board and a sharp knife. Cut the kernels off of the corn cob, about ⅔ of the way to the cobs. If you get too close to the cob, sometimes a “cobby” flavor comes into play. Tips: You can also place the ear of corn on a bundt pan or angel food cake pan to cut. Use the hold in the center to hold the tip of the corn. When you cut, the corn spills right into the cake pan!

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3. Portion Out the Corn

Step 5: Portion the corn into quart sized freezer bags. I like to save it into two cup portions, which is about the equivalent of a can of corn. Remove as much air as possible to prevent freezer burn. 

4. Skip The Above and Order It! 

Step 6: If this is all too much work, mess, and hassle for you: simply skip steps 1-5 and jump right to this step. 
 

Order Tebbs Frozen Corn Using This Link! 

 

We do all the above work for you, in portioned out, vacuum sealed bags! All you have to do is pick it up and throw it in your freezer! 

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