In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, people everywhere are cooking up Mexican inspired, authentic meals. I’m bringing you a simple Summer side that fits perfectly into the Mexican food theme; Mexican Grilled Corn.
Buying a Mexican spice is seriously one of the easiest ways to give grilled corn. You can achieve the same results using a combination of Mexican spices but we have a favorite one we like to use; Tajin Clasico Seasoning at Walmart– Chili Peppers, Salt, Dehydrated Lime Juice, and Sodium Dioxide, to prevent caking of course.
I found some wonderful, fresh corn cobs at our Walmart for just $.25 each. That’s a frugal side dish y’all!
We simply mix Tajin with some butter before and after grilling. The flavor is fun, spicy, and makes for a Mexican side dish that is fabuloso!
Mexican Grilled Corn
By May 3, 2013Published:
In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, people everywhere are cooking up Mexican inspired, authentic meals. I'm bringing you a simple …
- Tijan Clasico Seasoning
- butter Melted
- Simply mix the seasoning and melted butter together and brush on before grilling, during, and after. The amount to mix is up to your tastebuds. If you want it spicier, add more seasoning.
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