Grilled Esquites | Mexican Corn Salad




Chef Tom fires up the PK Grills Aaron Franklin PK300AF charcoal grill for Grilled Esquites! This Mexican corn salad delivers everything you love about Elotes (Mexican street corn) with none of the mess!

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29 replies
  1. Buford T. Justice
    Buford T. Justice says:

    Your love and understanding of Mexican Cuisine is quite commendable Chef Tom.

    If there were a Mt. Rushmore of kick ass Gringo Mexican food bad asses, you would be right there next to Rick Bayless.

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  2. Mark Deville.com
    Mark Deville.com says:

    That is a very fresh corn 🌽 side!!! Thank You chef!! I went to a private party with a female friend and I always go check out the food first lol I smell bbq I go over and they had Filet Minion on a stick!! It’s as though I was eating Cotton Candy 🍭 NOT SWEET BUT TENDER AS ALL GET OUT!! I ate like I was crazy drank a few. IPA’s looked around and to my surprise SUPER NICE CHUNKS OF SO TENDER BRISKET BURNT ENDS A REAL TREAT!!

    With that being said can you replicate these I guess
    Hors d’oeuvres?? I tryed getting tips but they was so busy. Thanks for listening 🙏🏾

    Ps. They have something like a Cream Horseradish Garlic and Green Onion aioli OMG if you get the time the first thing I thought was ATBBQ and Chef Tom!!

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  3. Erik Castanon
    Erik Castanon says:

    I’ve had esquites in Los Angeles, Houston and Tijuana, MX … and sir, you‘ve done a hell of a job!! This recipe respects the street Mexican corn lore, while adding that bbq gourmet flare. Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. tron tron
    tron tron says:

    I rub the corn with butter -> then apply seasoning to the corn and grill. really infuses the corn with the seasoning and then cut it off as above and mix.

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