Mexican Street Corn


Mexican Street Corn

Lotus—the classic Mexican street food of corn on the charred cob on the grill, then slathered in a chili sauce, cream, garlic, and Cotija cheese—is the best way to serve corn, period.

I know this is a bold statement, but it’s one I’ve backed up with years of detailed scientific studies into the eating habits of my wife and occasional friend or neighbor.

I calculated to several decimal places exactly how quickly a cob of corn cooked in this way would disappear from the table and down the esophagus of an unsuspecting dinner guest compared to an ear of corn cooked by other means, cross-reference and control of seasonality.

°Bx for corn, and first appetite for dinner. I did blind, double-blind, and even triple-blind taste tests* and ran the results through complex analysis algorithms I had specially programmed.

The most delicious thing about all of these delicious ingredients is that they get even more delicious when you combine them all in a creamy sauce.

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Fortunately, all of that data has since been lost in an unfortunate diving accident (note: never try to dive free without your size rubber pants), but believe me when I tell you that this corn has meticulously proven to be more delicious than anything else.

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Corn is also known as maize (Zea mays), and it is one of the most popular grains in the world. It is the seed of a plant in the weed family, native to Central America but grown in countless species all over the world.

Popcorn and sweet corn are popular varieties, but refined corn products are also widely consumed, often as ingredients in processed foods.

These include tortillas, tortilla chips, polenta, cornmeal, cornmeal, corn syrup, corn oil, and corn oil.

Whole grain corn is as healthy as any grain, as it is rich in fiber and many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

Corn is usually yellow but comes in a variety of other colors, such as red, orange, purple, blue, white and black.


●6 Ears Fresh Sweet Corn

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●6 Tablespoons Mayonnais

●½ Teaspoon Garlic Powder

●1 Cup Cotija Cheese Crumbled

●6 Tablespoons Fresh Cilantro Roughly Chopped

●1 Teaspoon Chipotle Chili Powder

●2 Limes Quartered


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Place corn in husks directly on the oven rack. Bake for 35-40 minutes or until fork tender.

While corn is cooking, in a small bowl combine garlic powder and mayonnaise.

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When corn is done brush with garlic mayo. Roll in cotija cheese.

Sprinkle with cilantro and chili powder.

Squeeze with fresh lime juice if desired.

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