Mexican Street Corn, aka elotes, is an easy and inexpensive snack to prepare and that goes very well with any type of dish. Definitely a delight for everyone!
Elotes are tender corn cooked in a broth with spices, herbs, and salt. Then, they are covered with lemon juice, mayonnaise, grated cheese, and chili powder. To make this process easier, you can put a wooden stick buried in the bottom so that you can grab it and enjoy it without getting so muddy.
Learn how to prepare these delicious Mexican elotes, which are one of the most popular street snacks in Mexico.
Cook the corn in enough water with salt and aromatic herbs. About 30 minutes.
Once cooked, drain the corn from the water and put lemon juice and salt on the whole corn.
Spread the mayonnaise all over the corn and then roll the corn with the cheese. (You may use a wooden stick to make it easier)
Add chili powder on top and enjoy warm.
Easy, right!? Now you are ready to upgrade your Mexican dinners. Let us know how it goes, take a picture, and tag us on Instagram @clocfood