All it it takes is the time to boil the water, six minutes to blanch and you are ready to cut those niblets off and bag 'em! ~
For the full instructions on how to blanch your own; click on How Easy Is It To Freeze Corn?
This amazing Oxo Good Grips Corn Peeler made the job a breeze. ~
It took about 5 rows of corn off, neat as a pin, with each swipe. You can tell I've been using it already by the bits stuck on the blade. The niblets were nice and even and there was no cutting into the cob by accident. Bit of a bumber for the chickens, who didn't get to pick off all at the corn bits that were left over as usual. Don't go feeling all sorry for them and reporting me to the chicken branch of PETA! I threw them a few cobs to make up for it.
My Oxo Good Grips Corn Peeler was a gift, but I'm so hot on it I went looking for it on Amazon.com. It's $9.99 and shipping is free if you include it with another $35 order. Amazon has a whole bunch of discounts on orders over $25, so it pays to look for the Add On labels when you are shopping on that site and combine orders with friends whenever you can.'
I'll be ordering one of these for all my organic food loving friends and any of the kids in the family who wear braces. Yay, they can have corn on the cob again!
I feel ridiculously good at this time of year, when I see nature's bounty going into jars and freezer bags. ~
I have to put a little disclaimer here. As of today, I'm an Amazon.com affiliate. I'm not totally sure what that means, but my blogging friends told me to do it. If you bought a gazillion of these things I might get rich, or at least make enough money to pay my blog hosting fees.
I sure hope this doesn't bother any of you and I promise never to link to a product that I haven't used and loved myself!