If you’re a fan of Mexican street corn, then you’ll love Aldi’s new Mexican Street Corn Ravioli! This mexican inspired ravioli has the same flavors as the popular mexican dish.
This variety is sure to be a hit for those looking for something different in their pasta dishes.
Read on for more information about this new Aldi Find!
What is Mexican Street Corn?
Mexican Street Corn is a Mexican dish with grilled or roasted corn on the cob, butter and salt. The street vendor makes it by cooking the corn in boiling water for two to five minutes until they are tender then shaves off all of their kernels. They pour melted butter over them with lime juice squeezed over top before sprinkling with coarse sea salt.
Aldi has jumped on the Mexican Street Corn trend, bringing out Street Corn Dip, frozen Street Corn, and even a Street Corn Pizza recently.
Aldi Mexican Street Corn Ravioli
The Mexican street corn ravioli is filled with roasted corn kernels, jalapenos and creamy cheeses. This frozen dish comes packaged with a cheesy Queso Blanco Sauce.
This simple dinner idea is giving us all the sweet and smoky feels! The packaging says the whole thing can be on the table in 9 minutes.
Casa Mamita-brand Mexican Street Corn Ravioli is due in stores on Wednesday, Aug. 18. It will be priced at $6.49. A Chorizo Hatch Chili Ravioli with Sofrito sauce will also be available at the same time.
I can’t wait to try out these new ravioli at Aldi. The ravioli are stuffed with a sweet and smoky corn mixture, then topped off with some queso blanco sauce for an extra kick of flavor. These sound like the perfect summer meal!
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