Elote (Mexican Corn). Free UK Delivery on Eligible Orders Enjoy your local restaurant favourites from the comfort of your own home. Elote is made with corn on the cob, slathered with mayonnaise, seasoned with chili powder and fresh lime juice, sprinkled all over with salty Cotija cheese and cilantro. It's messy to eat but worth every bite.
Remove from barbecue and roll in melted butter, then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Sprinkle with cotija cheese and serve with a lime wedge. Remove from heat and drain water. You can have Elote (Mexican Corn) using 5 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Elote (Mexican Corn)
- It’s 4 of Whole corn cobs.
- You need of Parkay Squeeze butter (mostly sold at Stater Bros.).
- Prepare of Best foods mayonnaise.
- You need 1 of Kraft parmesan cheese.
- Prepare 1 of Tajín Clásico seasoning- con limón/with lime (optional).
Elote corn is Mexican street corn is roasted over an open grill & coated with salt, chile powder, butter, cotija, lime juice, & mayonnaise or crema fresca. Roll the ears in melted butter, then spread evenly with mayonnaise. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Shuck the corn, remove the silk and stalk.
Elote (Mexican Corn) step by step
- Take husks off of all of the corn. Wash the corn cobs to take the stringys off..
- Fill a large pot with cold water to about 2/3 full. Place corn cobs in pot and heat on low heat. Cover and let boil for ~2 hours. You'll know it's ready when your house smells like corn. (If you can't smell corn without lifting the lid, it needs more time. If the water starts overflowing, you've cooked them too long.).
- When the corn is ready, take it out of the pot using tongs (or drain water before taking it out)..
- Cover corn cob with Best Foods Mayo and Parkay Squeeze..
- Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and Tajín. Enjoy!.
When corn is cool enough to touch but still warm, insert wooden stick into core as a handle. Elote (aka Mexican Street Corn) is an unbelievably popular antojito (little craving or street food) that you can find all over Mexico and the US. It's often served on a stick, though you could skip. Elote literally means corn cob, or fresh ear of corn. It refers to the style and preparation of this popular Mexican street food staple.