Tamales

(Colombian) (Costa Rican)

pork loin, onions, dried california chile pods, garlic, water, salt, harina, beef broth, baking powder, lard, corn husks, sour cream

There are many variations of tamales in Colombia, but they all have something in common and that is that Colombian Tamales are all wrapped in banana leaves

Modified Nov. 21, 2020

Created June 16, 2017 by: atasneem


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