This Mexican corn on the cob (also called Elote) recipe is super simple, and you can serve it along with the Mexican Layered dip that I will be sharing next.
If you missed that goodness, be sure to grab the recipe and try for an easy weekday dinner.
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Who does not love Mexican Corn on the cob?
We are all about cooking out, grilling, and enjoying the outdoors during this fabulous trip. There is nothing better than whipping up easy but delish recipes that will please the family. Raise your hand if you agree.
We enjoy all kinds of Mexican dishes….From the Lime Chicken Tacos to Pan Seared Fish Tacos, from Mexican Corn on the cob to yummy guacamoles…we love them all!
We always have a few ears of corns laying around for salads and grilling, so I served this tasty version of the cobs for my fam one evening, and they sure licked all their fingers. This yummy recipe from the south of the border is extremely easy to make, and I can guarantee that you won’t go back to your plain, salty, and buttery cobs EVAH!
You can make this recipe on the grill or in the oven. I use regular baking sheets when I make these corn cobs inside.
- 4 ears of corn ( with husks)
- 1 tbsp chilly powder
- 1 tbsp butter
- ¼ cup fresh, chopped cilantro
- 1 lime cut to wedges
- 1 cup cotija cheese
- Preheat oven to 365 degrees.
- ( you can also grill your cobs on the grill)
- Grill cobs in husks for 15-20 minutes
- Transfer corn to plate and brush it with butter, sprinkle with chilly powder and cotija cheese, served with fresh cilantro.
Oh wow! What a tasty side dish!
How to serve Mexican Corn on the Cob?
I sprinkle it with paprika instead of chilly for my kids, as they are not huge fans of spicy. You can also substitute the cotija cheese with other Mexican cheese if you wish.
What’s your favorite Mexican food? I will be back with another easy and delish recipe. Until then, I hope you enjoy some more summer grilling and some Mexican corn on the cob.:-)
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Of course, after dinner is done.:-)