Hot Tamales

Back in 1964 my mother and father was into the PTA at school. They took over the schools lunch room to make these for PTA funds. As I have been told was alway a wonderful turn out. I am not sure of the amount it makes. But I do know this is fun for all to get everone to help.

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25hrs 50mins
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directions

  • Filling: Lightly brown pork and beef in large pot.
  • Add onions,garlic and spices.
  • Add tomato sauce to meat mixture and let it simmer.
  • Approximately 20 minutes or until juice comes to the top.
  • When meat is done drain juice from meat mixture and set aside.
  • Massarina Paste: Mix dry mixture and liquid together to the consistency of peanut butter.
  • Corn Husks: Soak both packages together over night in warm water.
  • Wash and drain on a towel in layers and cover with a moist towel to preserved moister until ready to use.
  • Cover corn husk with massarina mix and place meat mixture at the outer edge of the husk.
  • Roll each up making sure that there is space to turn up the top and the ends of the husk.
  • Cooking: The hot tamales are steamed until the hush pulls away from the massarina with out sticking.
  • The time is either 45-60 minutes.
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"Back in 1964 my mother and father was into the PTA at school. They took over the schools lunch room to make these for PTA funds. As I have been told was alway a wonderful turn out. I am not sure of the amount it makes. But I do know this is fun for all to get everone to help."
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  1. audrey cherbak
    I grew up in Houston, Tx. and never knew there was any kind of tamales other than the texmex I was used to. This recipe sounds like the ones I've been searching for. I'm looking forward to getting the family together to try them. Thanks for the recipe!
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  2. Braunda
    Back in 1964 my mother and father was into the PTA at school. They took over the schools lunch room to make these for PTA funds. As I have been told was alway a wonderful turn out. I am not sure of the amount it makes. But I do know this is fun for all to get everone to help.
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