What Types of Corn Are Best for Corn Soup?
Corn is harvested from late summer to early autumn. Fresh corn is best if you're making it in season for this corn soup. If you can't find fresh corn, you can use frozen or canned corn.
How To Cut Fresh Corn on the Cobs?
If you are making this corn soup in the summer, use fresh corn. So how to cut fresh corn?
To cut fresh corn on the cob, place it upright on the cutting board. With a sharp knife, slice lengthwise, following the kernels strip.
For other recipes you can make with fresh corn, check out our article 'How To Cook Corn on the Cob?'.
What To Serve with Corn Soup?
You can serve this corn soup with a slice of bread or croutons. Serve with a slice of butter, a little hot sauce, and a squeeze of lemon juice on top. You can also serve it with sour cream if you want a sharp taste. This homemade vegetable soup goes well with grilled chicken, a green salad, or sandwiches.
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How To Store Corn Soup?
You can store corn soup in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Let corn soup cool completely. Then store in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Heat in a saucepan over medium heat before serving. Stir occasionally, until fully heated.
Can Corn Soup Be Freezed? It is not recommended to freeze this corn soup. Milk soups don't tend to freeze well.