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Elote Another way of presenting elotes is by serving the cut kernels in a bowl. In the southern and central areas of Mexico, people call this "esquites" instead of elote. Any of the toppings above are added to the corn and it is then eaten with a spoon.
Elote In the southern and central urban zones of Mexico, ready-to-eat boiled elotes are usually sold by street vendors or in stands, but in the rest of Mexico elotes are more frequently sold in stores or restaurants. The elotes are boiled in water or grilled over coals and condiments of the customer's choosing are added when sold.
Elote Elote (Nahuatl: "ēlōtl" ), or corn on the cob is a popular street food in Mexico, although it is frequently served at home prepared in the same way (boiled or grilled in husk). It is customarily consumed on a stick, or by grasping the husk of the cob that has been pulled down to form a "handle". Condiments such as salt, chili powder, butter, cheese, lemon juice or lime juice, mayonnaise, and sour cream (or crema) are usually added to the elote.
General Treviño The traditional foods of General Trevino include the Elote tamale, the “carne seca” and the “cabrito”. The typical candy is made of “fríjol” (bean).
Atole In Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador Atol de Elote is a popular beverage. Pineapple atol (Atol de Piña) is also imbibed in El Salvador.
Estanzuelas Among some of the types of food you can savor in Estanzuelas are: tilapia fish, shrimp and fresh-water crab, sardines, pupusas, quesadillas (baked sweet bread), atol de elote (young corn oatmeal) and sopa de pescado [soup of fish].
Peruvian corn While flavors vary greatly, finger foods like choclo con queso mirror the popularity of corn on the cob as a convenient street snack in Latin America. See also Mexican elote.
San Miguel Topilejo San Miguel Topilejo is a community in Tlalpan Delegacion, Federal District, Mexico. It is one of the eight rural villages in Tlalpan. The San Miguel Arcángel temple is in this community. Corn, oat, and vegetable cultivation form the backbone of its economy. The Corn Fair ("feria del elote") is held here.
Protección Foods that are customarily eaten in Proteccion are tamales, ticucos ("travelers" tamales), marquezote, pan de maiz, dulce en leche, sopa de mondongo, sopa de gallina criolla, ayote en dulce, tamalitos, montucas, riguas y atol de elote (typically made with freshly harvested corn), frijoles, tortilla de maíz, and yuca frita.
Atole Atole or ātōlli (Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl "ātōlli" ), also known as atol and atol de elote, is a traditional hot corn- and masa-based beverage of Mesoamerican origin. Chocolate "atole" is known as "champurrado" or "atole". It is typically accompanied with tamales, and very popular during the Christmas holiday season (Las Posadas).