Freezing sweet corn to enjoy great tasting Iowa corn all year is simple and can be done if four easy steps.
1. Blanch corn. Bring one gallon of water to a boil. Add 11 ears of corn into a white pillow case* (or basket) and add to boiling water for seven minutes. Remove immediately and transfer to a sink filled with ice water.
a. *The pillow case makes transferring much easier
2. Drain and cut kernels off the cob.
3. Make a brine using 1 teaspoon of salt for every 1 quart of water
4. Pack corn into plastic freezer bags, leaving 1 inch head space. Add enough brine to cover and squeeze the air out
a. Use the amount of corn you need for one meal
. Place plastic bags in a cake pan and fill the bags. Place entire cake pan in the freezer so the bags freeze evenly and with uniform shape.
Freeze and enjoy for up to one year.
Makes 16 servings
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