First (but not last) Tamales

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BURP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'd eat 2 dozen of them in a heartbeat.
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Elly I cant find your video link?
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Rio... just clock on the word video...there is a link embedded in there that should launch for you.
 
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?
 
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.
 
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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)


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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)


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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. 
 
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.
 
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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!
 
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...
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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!
 
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...
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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!
 
 
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