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How to steam tamales

How to stack in pot and how long to steam?

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Usually they are wrapped in banana leaves and then in foil and then in saran wrap this is how i see it done the Salvador style here in London Canada I am sort of french/english/italian/scotish by the way
http://www.howtodothings.com/food-and-drink/a872-salvadoran-tamales.html

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