TIPS & ADVICE
Enchiladas are a classic Tex-Mex food, the delicious result of a mingling of Mexican, Native American, Texas cowboy, and Anglo cultures in the Southwest.
One of the definitive elements of Latin American cuisine is the tortilla, a simple, round flatbread made with treated corn flour or wheat flour.
These steamed dumplings of spicy filling wrapped in corn dough and encased by a corn husk take time and loving care to make from scratch. But take a bite of a fresh homemade tamale, and you'll understand why people still go to all the trouble.