I have never heard of nacatamales, what’s in them Elsa? They look like tamales but flatter and wider and now I’m curious.
Here’s the recipe from the soldier’s mother who got it from her mother in law. It is a tamale native to Nicaragua…
“This is what my grand,mother would send with my father when he went off to fight…”
I am making both chicken and pork. I did run into someone who told me there was a sweet version but I’m sticking with tradition here. They look YUM to me.
These are meant to be made as a group project. Everyone sits around the table and passes each tamale around, adding the ingredients they are in charge of and then the last person folds and ties. I will be on my own although I might hijack Vid and Quirky Aquarian to help. Keep those boys out of trouble!