Grilled Mexican Corn with Crema

  • aldorazio Posted: 06/14/09
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    An authenic way to make it is slightly different. You spread mayo, then role in cotija cheese, drizzel with liquid butter, and then salt, pepper, cayenne, lime (opt).

  • snackcracker675 Posted: 06/21/10
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    Delicious! When I went to the store they were giving out samples of Crema Mexicana and it was on sale, too! WOOHOO!

  • cmedina12 Posted: 07/16/09
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    ahhh, you guys must find the crema! it's essential. sour cream doesn't even match the amazing taste of mexican crema. you can generally find it around the cotija cheese.

  • MeMe924 Posted: 06/15/10
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    This is a great addition to a cookout!

  • lhansen Posted: 07/19/11
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    Great flavor! Cut off the cob and ate for leftover later. Amazing flavor. Could not find Creme fresh so I used Sour Cream.

  • buenacena Posted: 02/17/13
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    Quite tasty. As someone who typically eats corn with salt and butter, this was a nice alternative. The chile powder gives it a real kick. I liked it, but my husband ate around the spices as he thought it was too hot.

  • jjjamstou2 Posted: 08/13/12
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    This was delicious! Very close to some authentic Mexican corn I had on vacation. I did find the right crema, and it is so much better than sour cream! Next time i will scale back a little on the chipotle powder so my lips don't have quite the burn, but this is now my favorite way to eat corn. Oh - we ended up not grilling tonight, so i did the corn under the broiler in the oven, turning frequently. Still very good.

  • teafortwo Posted: 07/04/14
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    So easy and so spectacular! Greek yogurt can be substituted-I've doe it both ways. A clove of garlic is also really nice. I mix everything together and slather it on, it makes it even easier to serve. I put the slice of lime on the side.


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