Elote is a Mexican Street corn side dish sold by street vendors. This sweet and creamy dish is typically grilled but can also be boiled like traditional corn on the cob. This Mexican grilled corn recipe can be served in many ways such as with mayonnaise, but our favorite toppings are a sprinkle of spicy chili powder and a few pearls of Caviar Limes for that extra pop.
This Mexican Street Corn recipe serves approximately 8 people, but they will go quickly, so make more than you need!
- Preparation Time: 15 min.
- Cook Time: 10 min.
- Cuisine: Mexican
- Servings: 8-10
- 6-10 ears of corn on the cob. I like to break the ears of corn into halves.
- Crema Mexicana. (Mexican Sour Cream)
- Cotija cheese
- 3 Caviar limes or half a lime squeeze
- Tajín seasoning.
1Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add corn
2Boil corn for 6-8 minutes
3Top with sour cream, cotija cheese, lime juice, and tajín seasoning.