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Recipe of Esquites for Botana
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Esquites for Botana

60 minutes
Easy
6 servings
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The word esquites or ezquites comes from Nahuatl izquitl, from icequi, to toast (in comal). In the north and northeast of Mexico it is also known as a trolley and in the state of Aguascalientes it is known as a snap.
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Ingredients

  • 8 pieces of corn big and tender
  • 1 soup spoon of sea ​​salt
  • 2 branches of fresh epazote
  • 1 ulna of vegetable broth
  • 5 lemons sour
  • 200 grams of Cotija cheese
  • 8 spoonfuls of Mayonnaise
  • 8 teaspoons of chile piquín powder

    Preparation

    Remove the leaves of the corn by removing leaf by full sheet to bottom. Also remove all your hair and reserve for another use. With a knife shelling and go placing the grains in the Express® Pressure Cooker.
    Cover corn kernels with water until they exceed 2 cm, since they absorb a lot of water. Season with the salt or the seasoning cube and the epazote. The time for tender ears is 30 minutes, if you do not get tender, let them 60 minutes.
    Close the Express® Pressure Cooker and add the pressure regulator, place it in the stove with a high flame for about 25 minutes, until constant steam comes out. Lower the flame to medium and cook for 30 minutes. Remove the Express® Pressure Cooker from the heat and let cool. Remove the pressure regulator, uncover and go!
    Place the esquites in refractory vessels. Accompany with the garnishes so that each one prepares them to taste.

    TIPS

    In Latin American herbalism, corn hair is used for kidney diseases, reducing blood pressure or cholesterol and to control diabetes. Do not throw it away!

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    Nutritional information
    * Percentage of daily values ​​based on a 2,000-calorie diet.
    Calories
    265
    kcal
    13%
    Carbohydrates
    12.9
    g
    4.3%
    Proteins
    7.4
    g
    15%
    Lipids
    22.9
    g
    35%
    Fiber
    2.2
    g
    4.3%
    Sugar
    3.2
    g
    3.5%
    Cholesterol
    31.0
    mg
    10%
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    Ratings (1)
    Diana Luz Mendoza Gozalez
    2015-09-22T08:49:05.00-06
    algo muy tipico mexicano aunq nose si en otros paises tambien los preparen ;) muy buena tu receta en Veracruz le ponemos mantequilla al elote para freirlo antes de ponerle agua ;)
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