Chili Lime French Fries With Cotija Cheese. New Music From TR/ST.


If you have ever had Mexican Street Corn you are going to love these fries.

If you haven’t had Mexican Street Corn you are going to love these fries.

Elote (aka Mexican Street Corn) is a common street food in Mexico where lime, chili powder and Cotija cheese coat the corn cobs.

Chili Lime French Fries With Cotija Cheese removes corn from the equation, but all of the fabulous flavors are there. The chili powder gives a hint of spice while the lime really brightens the dish. Don’t omit the mayo sauce…it’s the perfect finishing touch.

Chili Lime French Fries With Cotija Cheese

Ingredients:

Frozen French fries
Couple pinches of sea salt
Lime zest
Chili powder
Grated Cotija cheese
Mayonnaise thinned with a little water
Chopped cilantro
Lime wedges, to serve

Directions:

1. Bake French fries according to package directions.

2. Toss baked fries with salt, chili powder, lime zest and some grated Cotija cheese.

3. Transfer fries to a serving dish. Top with the mayo sauce, cilantro and more cheese. Serve with lime wedges.

Recipe from Food Network

Electro-pop goodness. That’s what ‘Iris’ is.

The new song from TR/ST, “a shapeshifting project with Robert Alfons as the core”, darkly pulsates its goth vibe right into your spine.

Check out TR/ST on Bandcamp where you can learn upcoming world tour dates and buy the music.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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