These Extra AF Esquites Recipes Will Leave Your Mouth Watering And Wondering Why Didn’t I Think Of That
This is a #TeamEsquites fan page only, y’all. For anyone who needs further proof that esquites are the most versatile way to enjoy elote, por favor, send them our way. As perfect and savory a classic esquites dish is, we would like to point out that esquites make any other dish extra extra.
The esquites you’re about to be inspired by are very real and replicable. Beware: so many elotes were harmed in the making of this gallery.
Anything you can do, esquites can do better.
This Unicorn Elote is made by dying queso and mayo different colors, and then “painting” the end product. Then, each layer is adorned with a variety of Flaming Hot Cheetos, Takis, or other dyed condiments to add a crunch that matches the layers.
Detroit-based La Catrina is giving us the “Flaming Hot Esquites” from all angles.
The best part of esquites is that they can be easily added to any dish as that extra special layer. This one is more like Flaming Hot Cheetos with a side of esquites, and we’re okay with it.
Yes, Sandia Loca is real.
When Tajín is responsible for the tangy spice of esquites, you know fruit is invited to the party. Americans like to keep watermelon and corn on the cob separate at pool parties, but these two flavors party better together.
Latinos did that. Maruchan + Esquites=????????????
This service announcement is made possible by Latino ingenuity and Tajín™. Thank you for coming to this TED talk.
Esquites served in a Dodgers baseball hat:
You know Mexicans run L.A. when you can go to the local baseball stadium and order esquites off the menu…. in a keepsake Dodgers hat.
Head to Lincoln Park to find this Elote Loco.
Let it be known that La Catrina’s base level esquite looks like this. From there, it gets more and more extra. You can’t even see the cup under all that queso!
Like this Bacon Supreme Esquites:
It’s your standard, absolutely insane, Elote Loco, with a base of Flaming Hot Cheetos and topped and stuffed with bacon, esquites, and queso. Consider it a protein add on.
We’re going to call this the low-waste way to enjoy esquites:
Garnish those Flaming Hot’s directly in the bag whence it came. Try your best to seal the bag, mix it all up, and steal a few extra cheetos from your friend to top it off.
Pro tip: You can do this with your favorite chippys.
Using spicy Doritos basically makes it a nacho meal on the go. Like I said, this gallery is all about Latino innovation, baby.
This person decided to layer their favorite foods into one bomb-looking dish.
We kid you not, that is an Eggo waffle. Who says you can’t live in a food desert and make pretty things happen? Snap that pic and then smother it all with crushed up Flaming Hots.
Seed to Sprout has a lil something for the vegans.
Statistically, 1 in 2 Latinos report lactose intolerance, and the number get higher with other people of color. Good thing this restaurant is ‘gram advertising it’s ” ???? Roasted sweet corn with cashew lime crema, cashew cotija + fresh cilantro” for us dairy-averse folk.
This person just mixed guacamole with esquites and added the mayo on top.
We know what you’re thinking. Yes, it is healthy esquites and technically avocados are a fruit, so consider this your serving of fruits and vegetables for the day. ????
We bow down to the elotero who started serving cacahuetes with these esquites.
Are you drooling yet? Send this to that coworker who needs a little inspiration to walk a block with you to meet your friendly elotero. We all know its worth it.
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