Elote (translation: corn cob) is a common street food in Mexico. It is usually made with mayo, chili powder, lime and cotija cheese. But since cojita cheese isn’t always available in a store near some, feta is often recommended as a substitution.
Which led us to think: if using feta, how about using Masi Masa Ras El Hanout instead of chili powder? And since many are mayo-averse (an old boyfriend of Cindy’s used to call mayo “white death” and apparently a lot of people agree with him), how about butter?
*You won’t need the whole pack, so we suggest saving it to make some more corn or roasted cauliflower.