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I freeze corn every year--this is our family's favorite holiday special dish passed down from DH's
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Posted to Thread #31106 at 10:46 am on Sep 29, 2019
mother and called Mama's stewed corn. It is basically "creamed corn" because I when I cut it off the cob I cut about half way through the kernel (not down through the cob which would probably give "whole kernel") and then scrape the ear for the rest of the kernel and the very abundant "juice/cream" from the cob. That is cooked for maybe 5 minutes at a simmer to inactivate the starch enzymes and frozen adding butter. I have also boiled the stripped cobs to get the most lovely corn broth to make soup.
One time I didn't have any and bought the creamed corn in the chub--it was nothing but starch. I haven't ever gotten the whole kernel in a chub--just in the bags or boxes when I needed it for soup.
All commercial frozen corn is not created equal I will add.
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- 31106. Fresh Corn Polenta versus Frozen Corn Polenta [LINK] [IMAGE] - MarilynFL - 3:51pm on 09/27/19 (7)
- Thanks for testing all this! I do want to make this year round. [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 7:17pm on 09/27/19
- You might try frozen shoepeg corn--not in a tube. It's just "corn" with no additions/additives. [NT] - Charley - 7:43pm on 09/27/19
- Thanks for the suggestion. [NT] - MarilynFL - 11:58am on 09/28/19
- Completely new. I've never heard of this product. This summer I made corn chowder for the first time - Marg CDN2 - 11:13pm on 09/28/19
- I freeze corn every year--this is our family's favorite holiday special dish passed down from DH's - Charley - 10:46am on 09/29/19
- Thanks, Marilyn. Will be looking for "Fried Corn" by McKenzie - colleenmomof2 - 8:41pm on 09/30/19
- C, I think their tube of regular or creamed corn would also work. This was just the one I had in the - MarilynFL - 12:11am on 10/01/19