Sounds tasty. Isn't that a shame? Can a regular skillet be used? You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from Diethood, or by emailing They have low-fat mayo and it tastes pretty good. This is a quick and easy recipe and better for you than pie or ice cream . It isn't just Editor's Choice . Voted up and sharing on twitter. They know all the ins and outs of designing one and make the cost worthwhile in the long term. I bet you like it just as much, and it's much healthier this way. You can have a great snack in no time at all. Sprinkle with ground chili powder (or cayenne pepper). Just the veggie part. I used parmesan on the top because that's all I had, along with extra chili powder and cilantro and it was divine. Blessings to you also . No you didn't Bobby. If you look at the beginning of this comment you will see how I override the difficulty/inability HP has created for us authors to respond to comments on niche hubs. It just sounds like it will taste good. Leek and Mushroom Fettuccine with Corn and Feta, Grilled Corn with Feta Cheese and Chives Butter, Roasted Sweet Corn Mediterranean Salad {$50 Visa Gift Card Giveaway}, Cheesy Bacon and Corn Stuffed Zucchini Boats, Tomato Avocado Corn Salad with Lime-Cumin Vinaigrette, Mango Spinach Salad with Honey Lime Dressing, Visit My Other Site: Easy Weeknight Recipes. Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on April 10, 2015: Honestly I do not think I have met a Mexican dish I do not enjoy. I hope you and your family enjoy it! C E Clark (author) from North Texas on March 15, 2015: Thank you for stopping by Shyron, especially now when I know you're so busy fighting that developer. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on October 20, 2013: Thank you for stopping by Shyron. :), I’ve always loved elote but it’s hard To find and I don’t wanna ask my mom to travel so far for elote so thank you so much this will be the only thing I eat from now on lol. This is completely optional, but I like to add a couple of the leftover corn cobs that have had their kernels sliced off, to the pot to give the broth extra flavour. LOL.......But I am glad you understand changing recipes to suit you. Once the esquites are cooked you can allow to cool slightly then serve in small cups. I'm glad if it will make enjoying some eloté easier and more convenient for you and your mother. It is extremely easy to make, and quick. Hannah David Cini from Nottingham on March 09, 2015: Wow- this sounds really good! Cinco de Mayo is just a couple weeks away and I’m already dreaming about the best foods to make to celebrate! It looks like an amazing treat…YUM! You have quite a website started! Question: What other cheeses could I use in this recipe for Mexican corn in a cup? I hope you soon have the chance to try this recipe. I've never heard of that before, but I would definitely try it sometime. Voted-up, useful, and interesting and shared. Husk the ears of corn and remove silk. I mean, picture-taker! Welcome to my new blog where I'm sharing my journey as a Pescetarian as well as Mexican recipes made vegan, vegetarian and pescetarian Read More…, Copyright © 2020 Nancy Lopez-McHugh, How to Make Esquites or Mexican Corn in a Cup. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on April 16, 2014: CraftytotheCore, this is delicious and so quick and easy to make! C E Clark (author) from North Texas on April 14, 2015: Thank you for checking this recipe out poetryman6969. Maybe I will make it tomorrow. My recipe, which I call corn in a cup, is very similar to Mexican elote—but the corn has been cut from the cob and placed in a cup, glass, or bowl, as shown in the photos here. Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on May 23, 2016: Pinning this to Awesome Hubpages and will share once again. Very quick and easy to make. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on August 11, 2013: Thank you Rebeccamealey for checking out this recipe and for sharing it. Add the corn and cook, stirring occasionally, until corn starts to char, approximately 5 minutes (a few minutes longer if frozen). C E Clark (author) from North Texas on March 03, 2015: peachpurple, this is one of my most popular hubs. Hope you get to try it! Hold what over a screen? Or place corn in a grill basket and cook ... Cut corn off the cobs and divide between four cups. Add the chile, lime, and cilantro directly to the mayo and cheese mixture to save steps in the coating process. This was surprisingly delicious when I tried it and daughter liked it, too. That’s a win in my book! It's fast and easy and yummy! My advice...go with a professional!