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Delicious! Easy and quick. These are items that are in most people's kitchens, so it's a nice way to spice up the same 'ol corn :) Thanks, spaceace.
This was so tasty! I was looking for a recipe for cheesy corn and this one was pretty close to something I had a few years ago at a Thanksgiving feast. In addition to the chili powder I added 1 tbsp cumin and 1 (heavy) tsp mexican oregano and it was a hit at the party! Oh, and I tossed in about 1/4 c of sour cream I had left over. So yum! We will definitely make again because it is quick, easy and pleases adults and kids
oh wow!! the only place i've ever seen this corn is at our town's city picnic once a year. tonight i threw in a bag of frozen corn in a pot and added all the other ingrediants one at a time to taste. My family ADORED this!! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
This brings back great memories... I love this snack!!! We visited a large farmer's market and out front, a man was selling this tasty treat... It is so good with grilled corn... We love it with all the fixin's!!! I tried it with the frozen and while it is good... can't wait until the sweet summer corn is around again!
I am sure it will be even better with fresh corn on the cob this summer, but I used frozen white and yellow corn and we loved it!! I caught my husband eating more out of the pan after dinner. Great side dish for Mexican food!
I first had this from a street vendor that comes by my office. He serves it, off the cob, in a cup with a dollop of mayo, grated Mexican cheese and a liberal sprinkling of cayenne/chili powder for $1.50. I make it at home with low fat mayo in a much smaller serving than he does. Love it super spicey on a hot day.
Loved this addition to my mexican menu. I used canned corn and it worked great! Great veggie recipe to use with all your Mexican dinners. Thanks Spaceace! Christina
I used 1 cup each frozen yellow and white corn, and microwaved them with chili powder, 2 tbls water and cayenne. Added a smidge of flour to thicken the "sauce" and then 1 tsp of butter. Stirred in some fresh cilantro to add color (1 TBSP chopped) and my husband loved it! We did not add the parmesan. Great combination of flavors, and simple, wonderful recipe--thanks so much.
I adapted this to canned corn - I used a 15 oz can of corn, 1 Tbsp each of butter and reduced-fat mayo, and 1 tsp of chili powder. I didn't have parmesan but it still needed a little 'something' so I added 1/2 - 1 tsp of Adobo seasoning. It was so good that the kids were literally begging for more; I nearly had to make a second dish in the middle of dinner! We can't wait to make this again - thanks so much for posting!