Elote, also known as Mexican street corn, is grilled corn on the cob slathered with an irresistibly salty-tangy mix of mayonnaise, sour cream, cotija cheese, lime juice, and chile powder. Our Test Kitchen took all of those flavors (plus cilantro and a poblano chile) and turned them into another hand-held treat: pizza. Our Mexican Street Corn Pizza makes a fun and unexpected dinner, especially when you’ve got kids around the table. Our recipe calls for fresh prepared pizza dough, which is available at most bakery counters, or you can make your own dough. If you don’t have a pizza stone, don’t worry, you can still get a crisp crust. Preheat a 13- x 9-inch sheet pan (not a cookie sheet) in the oven. After it preheats, coat the pan evenly with cooking spray, then sprinkle it with cornmeal before adding the pizza dough. Make a batch of agua frescas and enjoy a delicious new take on pizza night.
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