You’re taking it to the streets. And your senses couldn’t be happier. You can smell sweet fried dough, see warm, gooey cheese and taste that ice-cold beer. When a festival is in town, you’re suddenly starving. But once the vendors pack up and the crowds clear out, where will you get your street-food fill? From your very own oven. While it looks like a decadent mess of maize, Mexican street corn – or elote – is a delicious 30-minute side dish. Smothered in mayonnaise, cotija cheese and chili powder, this is proof that Mexican corn on the cob is one recipe you can easily take from the streets.
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Bake corn for 25 minutes.
- In a small bowl, mix together ghee and mayonnaise.
- Once corn is cooked, spread ghee mixture on each ear and sprinkle with cotija, cilantro and ancho chili powder.