How do you thaw frozen corn on the cob?
Remove the frozen corn from its food storage bag, run it under the tap using cold water until it defrosts—and voila! It’s ready to use.
Can you freeze corn on the cob raw?
Corn on the cob can be frozen whole, without blanching—you’ll just be a little more limited when it comes time to cook it, as the corn is more likely to develop a chewy or mushy character.
How long can you keep corn on the cob in the husk?
Keep husked corn refrigerated, in plastic bags, and use within two days. If you don’t plan on eating your corn within two days of purchase, you can freeze it.
How long do you steam corn in the husk?
“By steaming corn on the cob — in the husk — you’ll maintain the proper nutritive quality,” she says. To steam, fill up with water a large pot with a steamer basket until about an inch below where the steamer basket will fall. Bring the water to a boil before adding corn to the steamer basket and cook for 3 minutes.