All About Corn
Blanch it, Freeze it,
cook and eat
You Will Need
6 Ears of Corn
(we used Nibblers frozen corn)
Instant Pot/Pressure Cooker Corn on the Cob is easier and better tasting than corn cooked in boiling water, it's honestly the best corn I have had. No more waiting for a large pot of water to boil, no change of overcooking or undercooking. Just add the water and buttered corn wrap in bundles of heaven, to the pressure cooker/instant pot and you can focus your attention on getting dinner on the table faster than imaginable. Quick and easy Instant Pot corn on the cob recipe! This pressure cooker corn on the cob is super fast and comes out perfectly every time. You can also do this same exact method in the oven! or on the grill. YUM~
Ready for more? Try our Parmesan corn on the cob. It's to die for!~
Instant Pot Corn On The Cob Directions
1. Butter each piece of corn with butter
Come on now don't be shy with it, smear that stuff all over.
2. Salt and pepper each piece and wrap in aluminum foil.
(you should have 6 little neat bundles of heaven)
3. Place each corn on your Instant pot sling and place on your trivet inside your instant pot.
4. Manual high pressure 7 min, Instant release.
Quick and easy side dish!
Other Sides You Might Like
Buttery Parmesan Corn On The Cob
Caramelized Brown Sugar, Buttery carrots
Bacon and onion Collard Greens
Creamy Parmesan Corn Vegetable Casserole
How Long Does It Take To Boil Corn On The Cob On The Stove Top
Bring the water to a boil over medium/high heat. Add the peeled corn on the cob. (or frozen) Cover and return to a boil. Cook for 5-7 minutes. (frozen will take up to 15 minutes)
How Do You freeze fresh corn on the cob?
First, you'll need to husk corn and remove silk. Then blanch the ears of corn. Blanch your corn 3-5 cobs at a time, depending on the size of the corn and the size of your pot. Place the cobs in boiling water for 5-6 minutes, depending on the size of the cob. Larger cobs will be blanched for a longer time. Start counting your time as soon as the cobs enter the water. Imminently place into ice bath. Wait until completely cooled. If you are freezing it off the cob, cut the kernels from the cob. If you are freezing whole, allow to drain and bag them in 1 gallon bags (4 to 5 ears at a time) (or you can flash freeze by laying them on a cookie sheet and placing them into the freezer bag after an hour or two.) This will keep them from sticking together. If you are taking the corn off the cob, lay the cut corn out on a cookie sheet and flash freeze, then put into bags either 1 or 2 cups at a time and lay flat to freeze.
How to Freeze Corn - FAQs
Q: Can you freeze corn on the cob without blanching?
A: yes, you can, but I do not recommend it, blanching helps preserve the taste and texture of the corn during freezing. plus, if you're cutting it off the cob, blanching helps make it a little easier to cut off of the cob.
Q: How long does frozen corn keep in the freezer?
A: 8-12 months. No longer than a year is ideal. If it has been a year, use it up. I've kept mine in the freezer for longer. Just watch for signs of freezer burn.
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