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Unread 12-21-2009, 05:35 AM   #1
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Default pulled pork tamales-step by step

pork rubbed w/ fajita spice,garlic,onion,comino,& sage. done over pecan & hickory lump.


meat & masa



spread the masa on soaked husks


add the pork


roll up & fold 1 end


first batch into the steamer for 1.5 hrs


done


oh yeah.....
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Those are looking mighty good right about now.
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can I just say..............YUM????
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oh my! so good!
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Nice...no sauce?
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Thanks for the step-by-step,didn't know what tamale's exactly are.
Looks yummie!
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Nice job on those.
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Gotta love tamales...very nice work!
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Nice! I've never made them before but was thinking about it for Christmas. I have a ton of chopped brisket and some pulled pork.
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Gotta lova tomale! Those look good.
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Nice...no sauce?

i've still got 6 more dozen to do first.
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Nice...no sauce?

BLUES' TAMALE SAUCE

2 or 3 cascabel pepper(i used 6)
some left over juice & pork or pork jelly(juices, spices & fat chilled-think pork base)
tomato(can of mild rotels- or diced maters)
garlic
comino
onion
paprika
dash of cilantro

dice all the veggies except the chile's
sweat the veggies then simmer all of it down in the pork jelly(jelly-pork juices w/ fat on top)
puree the chili's when soft
continue simmering until the kitchen smells good then add a tbsp of tomato paste to thicken- maybe add a dash of corn starch if needed.

salt & pepper to taste..(all measurements are to nose or taste)
note- to me tomatoes cancel out cumin(comino) so i add a lot of comino until i can smell it a room away-you still won't taste it the same-much weaker


yup but i added some thyme in too & just chopped the chile's after simmering(removed the stems) added a shot of beer & some lime juice...
did a tbsp of corn starch for thickening instead of a reduction
damn tasty

sprinkled cilantro on top for color.

more step by step when the home-done refrieds are finished.
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Nice job..looks great.
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Tasty tamales!
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Holy smokes....I want some! Great work there chef!
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