Bolivian Humintas!

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by Sil Pancho

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01.30.2013

Humintas are the classic tamales of Cochabamba.  Crush some corn however you can, cinnamon, two eggs, salt, sugar, white onion, anise, white cheese (fresh if possible), and shortening (lard).  If you can find aji, all the better.

Wrap it up in the husk, heat and voila!  Courtesy of the Frugal Chef:

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