Homemade tamales are one of the best Mexican comfort foods. Make your own with this dough recipe that begins with masa harina (commercial corn flour).

How to Make Dough for Tamales With Masa Harina

Homemade tamales are one of the best Mexican comfort foods. Make your own with this dough recipe that begins with masa harina (commercial corn flour).

Grandma Castro Tamale recipe https://www.facebook.com/JohnHageeMinistries/photos/a.437513197517.228831.64742342517/10152904274247518/?type=1

Grandma Castro Tamale recipe https://www.facebook.com/JohnHageeMinistries/photos/a.437513197517.228831.64742342517/10152904274247518/?type=1

Red Chili Sauce  (To Be Used With Traditional Tamales) from Food.com: For an online tamale making tutorial, including pictures, please see http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=188623 posted in the Mexican cooking forum.

Red Chili Sauce (To Be Used With Traditional Tamales)

Red Chili Sauce (To Be Used With Traditional Tamales) from Food.com: For an online tamale making tutorial, including pictures, please see http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=188623 posted in the Mexican cooking forum.

Homemade Tamales Recipe - Hot tamales you can make at home.

Homemade Tamales Recipe - Hot tamales you can make at home.

Make your own homemade tamales with step-by-step instructions from Ingrid Hoffman.

Try This at Home: How to Make Chicken Tamales

Make your own homemade tamales with step-by-step instructions from Ingrid Hoffman.

Traditional Tamales (Pork) from Food.com: This tamale recipe is about as traditional as you can get, although I use a roast instead of the whole pig head that many Mexican women use. I have also used beef, but they just do not taste quite the same. These take about all day to make and are a lot of work, but they are so worth the time and the effort. Not for the faint-hearted cook for sure. They are a huge hit here in the West. For added flavor, top with either some of the red sauce used to…

Traditional Tamales (Pork)

Traditional Tamales (Pork) from Food.com: This tamale recipe is about as traditional as you can get, although I use a roast instead of the whole pig head that many Mexican women use. I have also used beef, but they just do not taste quite the same. These take about all day to make and are a lot of work, but they are so worth the time and the effort. Not for the faint-hearted cook for sure. They are a huge hit here in the West. For added flavor, top with either some of the red sauce used to…

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