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post #21 of 37

BURP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'd eat 2 dozen of them in a heartbeat. icon_biggrin.gif

post #22 of 37
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Originally Posted by Rio_Grande View Post

Elly I cant find your video link?


Rio... just clock on the word video...there is a link embedded in there that should launch for you.
post #23 of 37

Great looking Tamales you made there! I could put a load of those down. I love me some tamales. Did the smokiness of the pork come through in the finished product?

post #24 of 37

Oh crap! One more for the to do list. Those look delicious!

post #25 of 37

For the masa make a stock from the bones and add to the masa instead of  just spice. Also whip the masa till a little dab will float in water this is what I do.(sorry couldn't figure out how to directly respond to your quote) I just noticed it looks like i said to use the bones from the smoke i'm not sure that  can be done but you can always use pork neck or chicken neck using garlic and salt, onion.


Edited by Fester - 1/11/11 at 10:36am
post #26 of 37
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For the masa make a stock from the bones and add to the masa instead of  just spice. Also whip the masa till a little dab will float in water this is what I do.(sorry couldn't figure out how to directly respond to your quote)



Fester,

Just click on the word "Quote, at the bottom of the post made by whoever you want to reply to.

Then just type below the post they made, which comes up in the reply box, highlighted in gray.

The rest is like a normal post.

 

If you want to reply to more than one person at one time, click on "Multi" at the bottom of each of their posts, and then click  "Quote" on one of them. That will cause all of them to come up in the "Reply" Box for you to deal with.

 

Hope that's what you needed.

 

 

Bear

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Fester View Post

For the masa make a stock from the bones and add to the masa instead of  just spice. Also whip the masa till a little dab will float in water this is what I do.(sorry couldn't figure out how to directly respond to your quote)



Fester,

Just click on the word "Quote, at the bottom of the post made by whoever you want to reply to.

Then just type below the post they made, which comes up in the reply box, highlighted in gray.

The rest is like a normal post.

 

If you want to reply to more than one person at one time, click on "Multi" at the bottom of each of their posts, and then click  "Quote" on one of them. That will cause all of them to come up in the "Reply" Box for you to deal with.

 

Hope that's what you needed.

 

 

Bear



Thanks bear

post #28 of 37
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Thanks Guys...
 

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Originally Posted by papagreer View Post

Great looking Tamales you made there! I could put a load of those down. I love me some tamales. Did the smokiness of the pork come through in the finished product?


I don't like my meats to be too smokey so it was pretty mild but yes - it did come through. 
 

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Originally Posted by Fester View Post

For the masa make a stock from the bones and add to the masa instead of  just spice. Also whip the masa till a little dab will float in water this is what I do.(sorry couldn't figure out how to directly respond to your quote) I just noticed it looks like i said to use the bones from the smoke i'm not sure that  can be done but you can always use pork neck or chicken neck using garlic and salt, onion.


I did use stock which helped.

I have actually made stock from hickens I have smoked and it has turned out well.

 

 


 

post #29 of 37

I think I am video link challenged, I will hit u tube

post #30 of 37
Thread Starter 

Here it is Rio...

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KN7GtBPLx1E

post #31 of 37

also here is a pictorial of some that i did.....doing the masa this way will give you light, fluffy and flavorful masa.

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/100002/achiote-smoked-pork-tamales-pic-heavy

post #32 of 37

I'm salivating looking at these.  Did you make the chili sauces or use prepared?

 

Either way, they look amazing!

post #33 of 37
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Originally Posted by chefrob View Post

also here is a pictorial of some that i did.....doing the masa this way will give you light, fluffy and flavorful masa.

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/100002/achiote-smoked-pork-tamales-pic-heavy

Nice pictoral -thanks for sharing!
 

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Originally Posted by bakerboy7 View Post

I'm salivating looking at these.  Did you make the chili sauces or use prepared?

 

Either way, they look amazing!


This was all store bought - one of these days I will make my own but one step at a time... icon_lol.gif
 

post #34 of 37
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Quote:

Originally Posted by chefrob View Post

also here is a pictorial of some that i did.....doing the masa this way will give you light, fluffy and flavorful masa.

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/100002/achiote-smoked-pork-tamales-pic-heavy

Nice pictoral -thanks for sharing!
 

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Originally Posted by bakerboy7 View Post

I'm salivating looking at these.  Did you make the chili sauces or use prepared?

 

Either way, they look amazing!


This was all store bought - one of these days I will make my own but one step at a time... icon_lol.gif
 


yer more than welcome................. you should try yer own, they really are not that hard and there is not a lot of ingredients. i do not care for red chilli but i likes me some green!
 

post #35 of 37

Made a roaster full today,,,, BEST tamales I have ever eaten.

post #36 of 37
Thread Starter 

Awesome - glad you jumped in.

post #37 of 37

Will be making some today thanks for the mixture info.

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