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Sunny Fried Green Corn Tamales

December 04, 2017 2 Comments

Sunny Fried Green Corn Tamales

Makes: 2 servings

  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil (or enough to create a light coating on the pan)
  • 2 green corn tamales - steamed
  • 2 eggs
  • Salsa

Heat a pan on medium high. When hot, add olive oil and then smash the steamed tamale in the pan.

Fry it for 3 minutes on each side, it should get crispy and golden brown. When you flip the tamale start your two eggs in an egg pan. They should take about 3 minutes (I cook mine sunny side up, you can cook them anyway you prefer).

Place the tamale on a plate, top with the sunny side up eggs and drizzle on as much salsa as you like.

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Joel Carroll
Joel Carroll

February 06, 2018

Mainly onion tomato jalapenos cilantro,and lime juice and a little salt. Watch the salt. It will make it hotter. Jalapenos to your taste.

Tammy Jaffer
Tammy Jaffer

December 09, 2017

What is the recipe for the pico de gallo that is shown in this picture?

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