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Thursday, September 14, 2023

Mexican Road Corn Breakfast Tostadas


The well-known grilled Mexican avenue corn meets eggs and tortillas on this breakfast mash-up recipe.

The famous grilled Mexican street corn meets eggs and tortillas in this breakfast mash-up recipe. Recipe at TeaspoonofSpice.com

On a go to to New York earlier this month, I lastly obtained to strive the notorious Mexican Grilled Corn at Cafe Habana in Nolita (which apparently Tyler Florence as soon as dubbed “The Greatest Factor I Ever Ate, On A Stick.”)

My consuming companion, Janice of Janice Cooks, and I must agree. It was divine. (Observe: please ignore the typo “H” on Janice’s brow – typing too quick on InstaStories – lol.)

Mexican Street Corn at Cafe Habana

I’ve been seen a number of recipes for Mexican Road Corn on-line recently, which is usually made by grilling corn after which slathering it in Mexican crema, mayo, cilantro, garlic, chili powder, lime and cotija cheese. And whereas I’ve been itching to make it myself, I wished to do one thing a bit of completely different with it.

Morning recipe mash-up: Mexican Road Corn Breakfast Tostadas by way of @tspbasil Click on To Tweet

And recently, I’ve been on a tostada kick – making some model of these and these as a result of they’re so dang simple to whip up for dinner. So, I threw eggs into the combination and this recipe mash-up was born.

The famous grilled Mexican street corn meets eggs and tortillas in this breakfast mash-up recipe. Recipe at TeaspoonofSpice.com

Now if you wish to simply make the corn a part of this recipe, slather on the the topping and skip the egg tostada half, I received’t blame you.

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Description

The well-known grilled Mexican avenue corn meets eggs and tortillas on this breakfast mash-up recipe.


  • 4 ears of raw corn, husked (or about 3 1/3 cups cooked corn)
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt or bitter cream
  • 23 tablespoons buttermilk
  • 1/2 cup grated Cotija or Parmesan cheese
  • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika or chili powder
  • 8 (5 1/2 – 6-inch) corn tortillas
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 6 eggs
  • Salt and pepper
  • Chopped contemporary cilantro or chives
  • 1 lime, minimize into 8 wedges


  1. Warmth grill or grill pan to medium-high warmth. Place ears instantly on grill and prepare dinner. Flip each couple of minutes till all sides are charred (about 15 -20 minutes cooking time.) Let corn cool and minimize kernels off of ears. Discard ears. (Observe: you’ll be able to skip this step if utilizing cooked corn.)
  2. In a big bowl, combine collectively yogurt, buttermilk, cheese and smoked paprika. Gently fold in corn kernels. Put aside.
  3. Preheat oven to 400 levels F. On two greased sheets, place tortillas. Bake for 6-7 minutes after which flip over. Bake different 6 -7 minutes per aspect. Take away from oven.
  4. Whereas tortillas are baking, warmth giant skillet over medium warmth and add oil. Add eggs and prepare dinner till scrambled, stirring each 20 seconds or so.
  5. Take away eggs from pan and gently fold into corn combination.
  6. Prime every tostada with egg/corn combination. Sprinkle with cilantro or chives. Serve every with a lime wedge for friends to squeeze juice over high.

Notes

It is a wonderful means to make use of up leftover cooked or grilled corn on the cob.

The famous grilled Mexican street corn meets eggs and tortillas in this breakfast mash-up recipe. Recipe at TeaspoonofSpice.com

Let me say, for a gal who doesn’t at all times eat a variety of eggs, these had been SO GOOD. As in consuming additionally for lunch and dinner good. As in now in my common recipe rotation.

And this can be a nice recipe if in case you have leftover grilled or boiled corn on the cob (we at all times appear to have one or two ears leftover after a cookout.)

The famous grilled Mexican street corn meets eggs and tortillas in this breakfast mash-up recipe. Recipe at TeaspoonofSpice.com

Have you ever ever eaten or made Mexican Road Corn? How about tostadas?

The famous grilled Mexican street corn meets eggs and tortillas in this breakfast mash-up recipe. Recipe at TeaspoonofSpice.com



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