Corn is known to be a food that many people love. The sweet, crisp, and chewy taste makes corn, when processed with any other ingredients, very delicious. Corn is also considered an extremely nutritious food, providing very high levels of vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, etc.
Therefore, you can buy a little more corn and store them in the refrigerator. So how to preserve it properly? Let’s go with 2 Beautiful to discover ways to preserve corn in the freezer.
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1. Leave the whole corn on
If your family has a freezer or a large refrigerator, this method is very suitable to apply. After buying corn, you should peel off the outer shell, keeping only about 3 layers of the inner shell. These crusts will help prevent the loss of corn quail juice when refrigerated. And no matter how long it takes, the corn will not dry out.
Next, use scissors to cut across the top of the corn, removing the beard. The corn silk contains a lot of dirt, insect eggs, so if not removed, it will greatly affect the quality of corn. Wash and boil the corn. This will keep the corn kernels fresh and tender. Finally, drain the corn, then cover and place in the refrigerator and store.
2. Store in a zip bag
If your family does not have a freezer or a large refrigerator, you can apply this method. Instead of preserving the whole corn, you can preserve the corn kernels.
After buying corn, you peel and separate the corn kernels from the cob. To be able to separate the kernels as quickly as possible, break the corn in half, where the break will see a white cob. The center part of the cob will have a rather soft foam layer. Use scissors to insert deeply into this foam. Continuously use scissors and rotate to the left and right, the cob will be broken. Thanks to that, the corn also broke apart. Then, you just need to take each part in turn to separate the corn kernels easily.
After you have separated all the corn kernels from the corn, put them in a pot and then put them on the stove to boil. When the corn is cooked, take it out, let it dry, then put it in a zip bag, seal the top of the bag and put it in the freezer. So the corn will be preserved for a long time without you having to worry about it being spoiled or not!
With these 2 ways to preserve corn, you can manually apply it at home and use baby corn for a longer time than leaving it outside many times. Good luck with your application!