Mexican Street Corn - Elotes

Updated: Jun 20

One of my favorite street foods to eat in Mexico is the Elote's (corn) you find on the street corners. It reminds me a warm summer day walking the streets of Tijuana. It's an awesome treat to eat, sweet, spicy and savory. Once you make these you will be craving them all the time. This recipe is really simple to make.


Ingredients:

Fresh Corn

Cotija cheese

Mayonnaise

Mexican hot sauce of your choice

Tajin or chili seasoning of your choice


Cooking Instructions:

Boil the corn for 8 minutes or grill for 4 minutes per side flipping every minute to prevent burning.

Slather the corn with mayonnaise on all sides.

Over a plate of cotija cheese spoon the cheese over the corn.

Sprinkle the chili seasoning over the corn

and finish off by drizzling hot sauce all over the corn.


Or you can cut the kernels off the corn.

Place all of the ingredients in a bowl, mix well.

Serve in a cup.

Enjoy!



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