How To Use:
In Water: Remove the required quantity of frozen Sweet Corn in a vessel. Put the remaining corn back in the freezer for later use. Thaw the corn by soaking it in water for a few minutes. Drain off the excess water and cook the corn as required.
In Microwave: Remove the required quantity of frozen Sweet Corn in a microwave-safe dish. Set your microwave on defrosting mode. Defrost the corn in water for a few seconds. Drain off the excess water and cook the corn as required.
Do not re-freeze once thawed.
Always store in deep freezer at minus 18°C.
Whether it is the traditional, roasted Bhutta from our childhood that we remember relishing or the more up-market Caesar Salad, sweet corn has always been a part of our lives since childhood. A staple in many parts of India, Sweet Corn is as nutritious as it is tasty. Cooked Sweet Corn is believed to have significant anti-oxidant properties. Sweet Corn is also rich in fiber, carbohydrates and other nutrients. And, it's incredibly tasty. Who wouldn't relish a large bowl of sweet corn soup on a rainy afternoon?
Godrej Tyson now brings you the goodness of sweet corn in a convenient, frozen format. Sourced from the best corn-producing regions of the country, Real Good Yummiez Sweet Corn is processed hygienically in a state-of-the-art plant before being quick-frozen and sealed in a Freshness-lock pack.
So, when you cut open a pack of Real Good Yummiez Sweet Corn, you get juicier, tastier and more tender corn than any other corn you've had before.
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