Fresh Corn Tamales

Making tamales is a time-consuming process, so why not turn it into a party? Invite some friends over to lend a hand, then enjoy the fruits of your labor. The tamales are delicious served with mole sauce. Any leftover tamales can be frozen for later eating. To puree corn kernels, cut the kernels off the ears of corn with a sharp knife or a kernel cutter and puree in a food processor.
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dannyela
hudson, oh
November 29, 2010
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what a waste
November 29, 2010
What a waste of ingredients. I was trying be "fresh" by making these with fresh ingredients rather than the MASECA mix for the dough. Big mistake. I steamed and steamed and the dough never cooked. Luckily I did a trial run with just one tamale before making the whole batch. Tamales are a lot of work, i would have been so mad had I made a full batch.
I dont recommend this recipe. Im pretty sure I followed the recipe exactly. I cant say that I did something wrong.