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Trader Joe's selling 'Everything but the Elote' seasoning blend

Okay, we'll take ten jars.

SAN ANTONIO — Editor's Note: The above video features trending food-headlines in San Antonio.

If you have "Everything but the Bagel" sesame seasoning from Trader Joe's, put it back in the cabinet and swap it out for their "Everything but the Elote" seasoning.

With salt, chile pepper, cheese, chipotle and cumin, this is the blend we always knew we needed but never had from the grocery chain.

"Anyone who grew up visiting the neighborhood elotero or making elote at home can tell you, it’s a highly crave-able combination of flavors that leaves a life-long impression," the product description says.

You can grab a 2.3-ounce jar of the seasoning for $2.49 plus tax.

Throw the seasoning on some corn or sprinkle it on some nachos. Or just throw it on every food you can find.

For more information, visit Trade Joe's website.

February 17, 2020 in Category: What's New Throughout Mexico and in cities across the U.S., street vendors sell mouthwatering, well-seasoned corn on the cob known as Elote. While the fixins may vary some from vendor to vendor, elote typically comes slathered in mayo or crema, rolled in grated Parmesan or cotija cheese, dusted with chili powder, and squirted with lime juice.

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