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Traditional New Mexico Tamales

Personally, I don’t like pork.  So I fill these with beef, chicken, beans, peppers and onions, or whatever.  At thanksgiving I like to fill them with roasted turkey and top them with gravy and cranberry sauce.

 

” If you don’t like tamales, then there must be something wrong with you. This New Mexican treat is a favorite among just about every New Mexican, with an addition to many other traditional dishes served here in New Mexico. Ingredients 1 6-ounce package dried corn husks Filling 1½ pounds pork loin 1 medium onion, chopped

Source: Traditional New Mexico Tamales

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Tamales With Rajas and Oaxacan Cheese Recipe | Serious Eats

This insanely delicious tamale filling is also one of the easiest—fruity roasted poblano peppers paired with strands of melted mild Oaxacan cheese. It’s a minimal combo that delivers a lot of flavor within a light and tender tamale dough.

Source: Tamales With Rajas and Oaxacan Cheese Recipe | Serious Eats

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