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Fresh Corn Tortillas

Preheat a cast-iron griddle over medium-high or an electric griddle set to 422°F. Put the masa in the bowl of a standing mixer fitted w...

by Roberto Santibanez


Vegan Masa

This masa is for those who follow plant-based diets or just prefer using olive oil to lard or butter. You may also use this masa to make ...

by Alice Guadalupe


English Muffins

These really do look and taste like their gluten- and dairy-laden counterparts. Just don’t expect quite as many nooks and crannies. It is...

by Barbara Kafka


Homemade Corn Tortillas

I used to have such trouble making corn tortillas at home, using instant masa flour, that I always assumed the good ones I encountered in...

by Joe Yonan


Basic Fresh Masa

Note: The fresher the masa, the faster it will become light and fluffy enough for use.

by Alice Guadalupe


Tamale Batter From Fresh Masa

To Make the Fresh Masa:1. Fill a large pot with 2 quarts water, stir in the slaked lime, and bring to a boil over high heat. Stir in the...

by Wai Hon Chu and Connie Lovatt


Tamale Batter From Masa Harina

1. Place the lard in a small bowl and whip with the hand mixer at medium speed until light and creamy, about 5 minutes. 2. Combine the ...

by Wai Hon Chu and Connie Lovatt


Piquant Tamales

The corn husks: Submerge the husks in a pan of warm water for 2 to 3 hours. Vegetable filling: In a bowl, combine the eggplant and ...

by Christopher Idone


Red Chile Pork Tamales, Nuevo León Style

Ancho and cascabel chiles marry with pork in these earthy tamales from northeast Mexico. The chiles turn up in both the filling and the d...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison


Sopes with Black Beans

Sopes, or boats, are small tortillas filled much like a tostada or taco. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to make tortillas at home, th...

by Isabel Cruz


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