Street corn and guac are highly compatible: Both are traditional Mexican dishes, they’re easy to make, and they’re both versatile (and irresistible). It’s almost like they were made for each other. The question is: What’s the best way to bring them together?
You can make street corn guacamole in three easy steps. Let’s dive in.
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There’s really no wrong way to guacamole, but classic guacamole ingredients include:
From there, you can expand your flavor and texture palette with ingredients such as:
No pressure, but the ripeness of your avocado can make or break your guacamole. When choosing the perfect avocado, look for a dark color. Give it a light squeeze—ripe avocados will give a little without feeling mushy.
Carefully cut into your avocado longways, all the way around the pit. Twist the halves in opposite directions until loosened. Then, lightly tap your knife into the pit and twist sideways to remove it. Scoop out the flesh, place it into a bowl, then mix in your desired ingredients. Taste test and adjust as necessary.
Street corn is also known as “elote.” You need five base ingredients to make it:
Add flavor and texture with these extras:
Street corn is traditionally made on a grill, but you can also cook street corn in a cast-iron skillet on the stove or in the oven. The level of char depends on your preference.
Here’s the fun part. You have two options for eating guacamole with street corn:
Street corn guacamole is a simple and fun snack to prepare, and it’s even more special when it’s made to share. Don’t be afraid to get creative and mix in new, unexpected flavors. The skillet’s the limit.
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