Saturday, June 12, 2010


Roasted corn on the cob, is a popular street food served in Mexico. In Mexico, Chicago, and in the south of the United States, it is customary to consume elotes like a popsicle on a stick or by grasping the roasted husk of the ear of corn that have been pulled down to form a "handle". Hot chilli sauce can be spread on the elote as well as other condiments such as butter, mayonnaise, sour cream, cheese, lemon juice, and salt. Powdered lemon pepper seasoning is used on elote in Texas.

This Elotera roasted her corn in the oven and loves to eat it with mayo and chili powder.

Mmmmmmmm tasty.


  1. YUM! There's a place called Tampico here in Houston that sells elote in a cup all mixed with cream and red pepper. Love it!