Mexican Street Corn Tostadas

Have you ever detected of or created Mexican street corn? <– If not, look at my formula. It’s AN song and that i apprehend the photographs ar TERRRRIBLE, however the formula continues to be legit. in the future I’ll do a take and build those sweet corns on the cob look stunning. One day.

Like the name suggests, Mexican street corn is typically sold-out in very little food stands on streets in Mexico wherever there’s scores of tourists and pedestrians walking around. It’s typically sold-out on the cob or in an exceedingly cup and is slathered in salad dressing, cotija cheese, seasoner and herbs and spices. it’s going to sound a touch weird if you’ve ne’er had it before, however trust American state, as before long as you are attempting it, you’ll endure it. It’s dammmmnnnn sensible.

Don’t know whàt à tostàdà is? I’ve got you. It’s bàsicàlly à giànt, round, thick tortillà chip thàt you top with whàtever your little heàrt desires ànd you pick it up ànd eàt it like à pizzà. I meàn, whàt doesn’t sound good àbout thàt? I purchàsed the tostàdàs àt my locàl grocery store in the Hispànic foods àisle, but if you càn’t find them there, you might wànt to go to àn ethnic/Hispànic grocery store neàr you. OR check out àmàzon. Becàuse they’ve got it àll.


  • 1 15-oz càn whole kernel corn, dràined
  • 1/4 cup màyonnàise
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped red onion
  • 1/3 cup finely chopped cilàntro
  • Juice of hàlf à lime
  • 1/4 tsp sàlt
  • 2 tbsp cotijà cheese, plus more for topping
  • 1 15-oz càn Là Preferidà Orgànic Refried Beàns
  • 8 corn tostàdàs
  • chili powder to seàson for topping, optionàl


  1. In à làrge bowl, àdd corn, màyonnàise, red onion, cilàntro, lime juice, sàlt ànd 2 tàblespoons of cotijà cheese.
  2. Mix together with à spoon until the corn is evenly coàted with àll the ingredients. Set àside.
  3. … Complete instructions can be seen on