Grilled Corn with Queso Fresco, Lime & Chili You can find grilled corn on the street in many different countries, but we particularly love the Mexican version with queso fresco, lime and chili. 1. Pre-heat a grill (or grill pan) over medium high heat. 2. Place corn on grill and grill for about a minute on each side, until nicely charred all around. 3. Add a dollop of vegenaise and crumble the queso fresco over the top. Then, add a healthy squeeze of lime and a sprinkling of sea salt and red chili flakes. Eat immediately. makes 22 ears of corn, shucked, 1 tablespoon vegenaise or mayonnaise, ½ a lime, a knob of queso fresco, pinch of sea salt, pinch red chili flakes.

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Delicious if you like some heat, look for a smoky Mexican chili powder.

Grilled Corn with Queso Fresco, Lime & Chili

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You can find grilled corn on the street in many different countries, but we particularly love the Mexican version with queso fresco, lime and chili.

makes 2

2 ears of corn, shucked

1 tablespoon vegenaise or mayonnaise

½ a lime

a knob of queso fresco

pinch of sea salt

pinch red chili flakes

1. Pre-heat a grill (or grill pan) over medium high heat.

2. Place corn on grill and grill for about a minute on each side, until nicely charred all around.

3. Add a dollop of vegenaise and crumble the queso fresco over the top. Then, add a healthy squeeze of lime and a sprinkling of sea salt and red chili flakes. Eat immediately.

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