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Grilled Corn
An addictive spring/summer recipe from chef Akhtar Nawab of La Esquina in New York City. If you’re unable to find cotija (a tangy, crumbly cheese), then try using feta instead. Click here to see A Vegetarian Grilling Menu.
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David Bonom, Cooking Light JUNE 2006
Grilled corn on the cob is a popular street food in Oaxaca, Mexico and makes an easy and tasty summertime side dish.
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Recipes Network
Sopa De Elote
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Recipes Network
Chili Con Elote
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under12parsecs
From whats4eats.com: "Atoles are very popular beverages in El Salvador with roots in Mayan cuisine. They are a sort of thick drink often eaten with a spoon. Atol de elote is based on fresh corn (elote) and has a wonderfully fresh flavor. For ultimate effect, serve it in a bowl made out of a dried calabash gourd."
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Charmie777
Where I live you always see Elote sold from little carts. Deliciously different! From Cooking Light magazine. I prefer mine without the lime juice.
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Sopa De Elote recipe. Ready In: 40 min. Makes 8 servings 195 per serving Ingredients: corn kernels, water, butter, milk, hot peppers, sweet red bell pepper, salt and black pepper, cheese, flour tortillas
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Tamale De Elote recipe. Ready In: 1 hr Makes 4 servings 410 per serving Ingredients: milk, corn kernels, masa harina, butter, baking powder, salt, poblano peppers, monterey jack cheese, corn husks
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Chili Con Elote recipe. Ready In: 50 min. Makes 2 servings 608 per serving Ingredients: onion, garlic, vegetable oil, green bell pepper, chili powder, cumin, tomato, corn, kidney beans, oregano, salt
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AQueen
A friend at work shared this wonderful recipe with me. It is delicious. I serve it with Recipe #139174 Romaine Lettuce with Cilantro Dressing. Great use of leftover chicken as well!
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International Recipes
from USMakes 4 to 6 servings6 to 7 ears yellow corn on the cob4 cups water1/3 cup sugar1/2 tsp salt34 tsp cornstarch optionalground cinnamonUsing a sharp knife, carefully cut enough kernels off the corn cobs to make 3 to 3 1/2 cups. Then ...
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