Corn on the cob is among the most popular street foods one can find in Guatemala. Obviously, there several vendors in each town fair or at least one on the atrium of churches. You can get two or three different versions of corn on the cob, either elotes locos [butter, mayo, ketchup, hot sauce and dried ground cheese similar to parmesan cheese], or the classic lime juice, salt, chile pepper and pepitoria [ground roasted pumpkin seeds]. Additionally, corn on the cob can charbroiled or simply boiled. What’s your favourite presentation of Guatemalan corn on the cob?
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