- DescriptionHeating Instructions
After one sweet, creamy bite of our zesty corn dish, we bet you'll be a raving fan of this comfort classic. Based on "esquites," a popular snack/side dish made by the street vendors in Mexico City, you won't have to buy a plane ticket to get this version. We combine sweet corn with roasted red peppers and zucchini, and a mixture of creamy cheese, lime, chili and cilantro, finishing it off with a touch of crème fraîche. Pair with FreshDirect Rotisserie Chicken and Achiote Rice for a mouthwatering Mexican-style meal in minutes.
1. Remove cardboard outer sleeve, leaving plastic film intact.
2. Microwave on HIGH for 2 ½ minutes (1000+ watts) or 3 minutes (lower watts).
3. Before removing film, gently shake container and let stand for 1 minute. Enjoy!
CAUTION! MEAL AND STEAM WILL BE VERY HOT!
- Contains Eggs
Corn, Zucchini, Red Pepper, Creme Fraiche (Cultured Pasteurized Cream), Onion, Parmesan Cheese [Milk, Salt, Rennet], Mayonnaise (Soybean Oil, Water, Whole Egg, Egg Yolk, Vinegar, Salt, Sugar, Lemon Juice From Concentrate, Oleoresin Paprika, Natural Flavors), Lime Juice, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Kosher Salt, Cilantro, Cumin, Arbol Chili Powder, Guar Gum.
- Explanatory Information
About our Heat Index: We've developed this Heat Index to give you an approximation of how spicy a particular dish tastes. Keep in mind that people tolerate chili heat in very different ways, so this scale may not reflect your individual experience with a dish.* NO HEAT There's no heat here — safe for the kids. MINOR HEAT Expect no more than a little tingle on the tongue. SUBTLE HEAT One might describe this dish as "peppery." MEDIUM HEAT A spicy warmth that builds as you eat and lingers a while. STRONG HEAT This dish has kick — keep a cool beverage on hand. FIERY HEAT Your eyes will water. Your nose will run. You've been warned.
*Note for sensitive palates: Heat ratings are never guaranteed! Due to unpredictable environmental variations that range from rainfall to chance genetic changeability, chili spice often differs. Even two identical-looking jalapeños can pack two very different heat levels.