Mexican Street Corn on the Cob Recipe

Mexican Street Corn on the cob is my favorite street vender snack. Saint Anejo is pretty well known for it’s tasty and beautiful presentation of Mexican food! This is a perfect way to grub on an authentic mexican eats. You can recreate your own elote at home with a few ingredients. Check out this recipe!

Mexican Street Corn (Elote)


  • Corn on the cob
  • Mayonnaise
  • Butter
  • Mexican crumble cheese
  • Chili Powder
  • Chives (optional)
  • Lemon Juice (optional)

Takes ,
serves 1


  1. Boil or Grill the Corn
  2. Lightly spread mayo on the corn
  3. Sprinkle Mexican crumble cheese
  4. Drizzle butter over the corn
  5. Sprinkle chili powder
  6. Spray lemon juice (optional
  7. Garnish with Chives (optional)

If you’d like to make more street corn, simply cook the quantity of corn ears that you would like to serve. Then apply each ingredient from your household kitchen items based upon the amount you like to apply to your street corn.

Enjoy a tasty appetizer or side dish. Typical street vendors only place butter, mayo, chili powder and cheese onto the street corns. It’s so yummy, you’ll want more! Sonny even loves these delish appetizers. You can also make it in a bowl with whole corn kernels and just apply the ingredients on top, they call this an esquite


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