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  • #16
    Originally posted by Flying_Raven View Post
    i have no clue what it was called, but when i was younger at the local festival for cinco de mayo they had these corn on the cob that the basted with butter, coated with a thin layer of mayo, and then dusted with parika and garlic powder(in small amounts probably optional) it was nice, as a little kid i ate about 5 in one sitting
    Elota!

    Corn on the cob with mayo, cheese, lime juice and powdered chile.

    There is a wagon outside the local grocery that sells these. Yummy!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by OLChemist View Post
      Elota!

      Corn on the cob with mayo, cheese, lime juice and powdered chile.

      There is a wagon outside the local grocery that sells these. Yummy!
      yeah thats what i mean i think they use the type of mayo with lime already in it

      i love it ^_^
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      • #18
        Tortillas:

        a couple cups of flour
        a palmful of salt
        half a spoon baking powder

        Stir, then crumble in 1/2 cup shortening.
        Mix in about 1/2 to 1 cup water to make a soft dough.

        Knead for awhile then let it sit for at least 20 minutes. Separate and roll into a dozen golfball shapes. Roll each into a thin circle. I roll them as thin as possible, but you can go a little thicker - like 1/8".

        Fry in a dry cast iron skillet and flip after bubbled up...around a minute.

        Stack and cover with a dishcloth. After a couple hours wrap leftovers in plastic.
        ...it is what it is...

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