Easy Mexican Street Corn

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Skillet Mexican Street Corn is a simple and quick side dish that can be a perfect addition to any meal. The same flavor you enjoy from corn,, but much simpler serving and enjoying! Buttered Corn With Creamy Dressing, A Pinch Of Lime And Cotija Cheese.

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My brother says that the grill-cooked Mexican street corn is the best thing ever and when I decided to start tasting it, I completely agree with him. The one thing I did not like was how messy it was. Then I decided to make it in a pot and it was a success !

Mexican Street Corn originated in Mexico and is made using corn mayonnaise, cheese, chili powder, lime juice. The flavor of the dish is dependent on the spices that are included to give it a distinct flavor to your taste senses.

Can I include my corn into the smoker?

The recipe suggests cooking the corn in the oven however if you’d like some seasonal char and flavorful smoke for this Mexican Style Street Corn; You can definitely start the smoker and roast the delicious corn. This adds another layer of flavor and is more like traditional recipe. Mexican Street Corn is usually cooked over open flames in the street for the most freshest flavor ever.

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Where did Mexican Street Corn originate?

If you’re curious about where this dish came in the first place, this dish was brought to America from Mexicans from California at the time of the Great Depression. They would offer it as a snack for a low price for workers at workplaces and other locations where workers were gathered.

* Ingredients :

Deg 6 ears of fresh sweet corn

deg 6 tablespoons mayonnaise

1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 cup of crumbled deg 1 cup crumbled cotija cheese

6 tablespoons of coarsely chopped fresh coriander

1 tablespoon chili powder

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deg 2 square lemons

* Instructions :

Preheat the oven until 350°F. Put the corn in husks directly on the oven rack. Bake for 36-41 minutes .

While the corn is cooking, mix mayonnaise and garlic powder within a tiny bowl.

Once the corn is cooked, coat it with garlic mayonnaise. Then, roll it in the cotija cheese.

Sprinkled with chili powder.

Use freshly squeezed lemon juice if desired .

Enjoy !

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