A 100-Year-Old Tamale Recipe From The Oldest Mexican Restaurant In L.A. • Tasty

El Cholo shows us how they make their 100-year-old tamales! For more of El Cholo’s history check them out on Instagram @elcholo1923 or their website

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What is it with tamales? I swear they put too much masa in the husk as I've tried tamales from different places over the yrs and every single one is too thick with masa, it's never cooked enough (tastes and feels raw). They need to spread it a little thinner and maybe take it out of the husk and grill it a few minutes to ensure the masa is cooked thoroughly.

When they put 100 years old it makes it sounds lile they were made 100 years ago.
They should put 100 year old recipe for…

I'm sorry why does the guy at the beginning sound like a 75 year old white dude? I saw "mexican restaurant" and expected a stereotypical accent

Спасибо за ваш труд и интересную подачу. Заходите в гости за вкусными идеями для ужина и к чаю 🤩

Wow makes my mouth water…it's almost like paturi of our India but it's non veg and the tamales are veg.

The people that are upset about the pronunciation of tamal in English are the same people that pronounce Buchanan’s as “bukanas” and say things like “me siento relax”

Beautiful Mexican food from beautiful Mexican people. And we love to share our food with everyone!! Yay thanks for sharing.

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