Skillet Beef Tamales
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
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This one's pretty good if you know how to own it. First and foremost, the salsa you choose makes or breaks this dish. I recommend something thick, smokey, and flavorful. Not the watery store brand garbage with chunks of tomato. I also recommend ground turkey instead of beef: the flavor works better and you'll save on calories. Lastly, add some salt and serve with Tapatio hot sauce.
It was just ok. I made it as written. It was bland to my taste, needs more flavor. If I make it again I'll add some chili powder and maybe a little salt.
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I made this for dinner tonight and my family loved it! I used a can of green chilis, a can of white corn, a jar of mild salsa and cumin. It comes together fast! It was wonderful and I look forward to making it again.
Didn't like this. I got a good smoky salsa to help dress up the flavor but just couldn't get over how it all turned to mush. Very unappetizing.
Thank you basketcaz for the information. I was looking for a simplified "tamale" recipe when I clicked on this one, especially since it did not look like anything resembling one, only to be disappointed. Thank you for calling them out on this one! Now, do you have a simplified recipe for tamales, a faux tamale, PLEAzzzze?
This is great. Really quick and easy and delicious as well. We've made it using corn or flour tortillas. Both are great, though we do like the flour tortillas a little more. Wheat flour tortillas are great as well.
This is basically a cut up burrito. It's overall very mushy, and does not resemble a tamale at all. Directions are also poorly written.
Great Recipe. It was very easy and really yummy.