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Stuffed with grated zucchini, Anaheim chile, onion, garlic, and mild cheddar, these oh-so-mellow tamales were mouth-wateringly good topped with homemade green chile sauce. The first record of a vegetarian tamale was perhaps in 1877!
03 April 2005 in Food and Drink | Permalink
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Were they difficult to make? I've never made tamales.
03 April 2005 at 12:27 PM
Tamales are traditionally a food that kids are encouraged to help make, I think. We needed to make sure the filling was as dry as possible since they are steamed and pick up lots of moisture in that air. Spreading the masa and then the filling on the corn husk is fun!
03 April 2005 at 11:06 PM
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