While grilled corn is delicious with just some butter and sea salt, try this Mexican version, called elote, grilled corn that is smothered in crema Mexicana or mayonnaise, cotija cheese, chili powder seasoning, and freshly-squeezed lime. This is a popular snack sold by street vendors in Mexico. Some ingredients are Mexican staples but are widely available in grocery stores and Hispanic markets here in the US.
Fresh, sweet corn on the cob has always been one of my favorite summertime treats. Then, a few years ago, I discovered elote at the Orange County Fair. Now, I can’t wait for the fair and when I go, I head straight to the same vendor for perfect char-grilled corn on the cob, husk still attached.
But I really don’t have to wait for the fair to enjoy elote; I can easily make it at home. Follow me to A Lucky Life blog for the rest of the article and the recipe and see how easy it is to make this Mexican-style grilled corn for yourself.
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