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Thankful Thursday: Mexican Street Corn-Frugal Hausfrau

Welcome to another weekly edition of Thankful Thursday, where I highlight one of my phenomenal followers!

This week, I have for you Mollie from the blog FRUGAL HAUSFRAU, and her recipe for Mexican Street Corn (YUM! 😍).

In her blogs, Mollie give recipes and tips on cooking on a budget. She says she’s always been frugal. She loves nutrition and wholesome foods. Mollie is interested in food trends, but likes good old fashioned styes as well. Here’s a bit of Mollie, in her own words:

“I’m a little Grandma, and a touch of Cook’s Illustrated with a dash of Bon Appetit thrown in, always with an eye toward the practical application of cooking and tending a family; after all I’ve been doing it since I was tall enough to pull up chair to stand at the counter, sink and stove – almost 50 years! This is what I’d like to pass down to my own daughter and son…”

Mexican Street Corn

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The recipe I’m highlighting today is Mollie’s recipe for Mexican Street Corn. I’ve actually never had Mexican Street Corn, but I did see a youtube video recently. Here, Emmy from Emmy Made in Japan makes ELOTE’S  (Mexican Street Corn). Mollie’s recipe is very similar, with just a few differences. I prefer Mollie’s recipe. Emmy doesn’t use sour cream, where Mollie does. I love the idea of mixing mayo and sour cream, instead of just straight mayo. Have a look:

For the complete recipe and instructions-follow this link:

Mexican Street Corn

Mollie’s page is filled with wonderful recipes.

Here are just a few:

Pineapple Mango Salsa

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Upside Down Carmel Apple French Toast

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Eggs Florentine

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Cowboy Caviar

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This is just a small sampling of what you’ll find on Mollie’s blog. It’s jam packed with wonderful recipes. Thank you so much Mollie, for following my blog over the past 8 months. I appreciate your support. Thanks for what you do and for giving us all so many wonderful and tasty recipes. God Bless!

Let us stop for a moment to pray and meditate.

 

About Tamara Hoerner (778 Articles)
I am a student at Hawthorn University working toward a MS degree in Holistic Nutrition. For me, the name Purple Almond symbolizes “Good, nutritious, whole food bringing light and life to the body, awakening the inherent healing mechanisms within.”

3 Comments on Thankful Thursday: Mexican Street Corn-Frugal Hausfrau

  1. Tamera, thank you so much for this lovely post! You made my day! 🙂

    Mollie

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  1. The Purple Almond: Where food is medicine. MEXICAN STREET CORN SOUP BY THE STAY AT HOME CHEF

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