Roasted Corn

Perfect for a summer to fall transition: Roasted Corn. This is my take on Mexican Street Corn called Elotes. I prefer my elotes on the spicier side but you could tone it down. I use creole seasoning for a Cajun kick to this Mexican favorite.

Corn on the Cob- go fresh from the produce section

Tony Chacere’s Original Creole Seasoning

Butter

Pretty simple: peel corn and make sure to get all the fibers removed. I usually cut the stalk off the end too.

Place in foil and coat all sides of corn with butter.

Sprinkle with Tony Chacere’s (the more you sprinkle the spicier it gets!)

Close foil and make a little gathering at the top so you can easily remove it from the oven later. Makes a tent like shape.

Cook in oven for 30-35min at 375 degrees.

I often use this same method when grilling but instead of roasting corn in the oven put it on the top rack of the grill. I didn’t add cheese this time but many people like to top roasted corn with cotija or parmesan cheese. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Roasted Corn”
  1. Chassity klick says:

    So excited to try this!

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