THE BEST AUTHENTIC MEXICAN HOMEMADE RED BEEF TAMALES Recipe
THE BEST AUTHENTIC MEXICAN HOMEMADE RED BEEF TAMALES Recipe Tamales! Tamales! This is your detailed step by step recipe. I walk you through the process of making tamales in a Mexican home. Tamales are a corn masa (Dough) that is spread on a soft corn husk and filled with your choice of protein and traditional fillings. Once the Tamales are steamed get ready to unfold into a warm soft flavor combination that will bring comfort food to another level of deliciousness. Make sure to discard the corn husk after consuming it. I hope you enjoy the views family take on tamales. I always recommend making it comfortable for your home. Lots of love, Stephanie, Cloud, and the views family.
Cook time for shredded beef 2 1/2- 3 Hours *You can substitute the protein of choice: for chicken, the cooking time will be 45 min. If using pork butt cook for 2 1/2 Hours* Cook time for tamales 1 Hour Prep time will depend on your level of cooking This recipe will yield 2+ Dozens of Tamales The beef in this recipe can be substituted for your favorite protein such as pork or chicken.
Soak Corn Husks (Timestamp 2:00) 24-Corn Husks / Hoja Enchochada – 45 min to 1 hour Enough water warm water to cover and soak leaves Shredded Beef
(Timestamp 5:01) Enough water to cover your Beef/ Protein 20- Chiles Guajillos (Make sure to take the seeds out) Generally, Guajillos is not spicy, it’s to add flavor. 4- Pounds of Chuck Roast / Diezmillo en trozo or you can use pieces of Chuck Steak 1- Tablespoon of Chicken Bouillon Or Salt to taste ( add as needed, remember to start small) 1/2- Large White/ Yellow Onion or (2 Medium Onion) 1- Whole Garlic *Remember to set aside: 3-4 cups of beef broth we will need the broth to season the chile sauce for the beef filling. All the Boiled Chiles The whole garlic Cook time for the beef: 2 1/2 Hours *3 Hours of cook time will give the best result for tender fall of the fork beef *Make sure to shred the beef as soon as it’s done. If you leave it for later and it gets cold and difficult to shred.
*Your beef filling is now ready to be used or you can refrigerate the sauce filling and continue the next day. Just make sure to warm(not boiling) it up before you begin to fill your tamales.
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