Rich and Zesty Tamale Pie is a delicious dish to serve and enjoy family-style when you want the taste of tamales but prefer the ease of a casserole. Made with yellow or white corn meal, sliced ripe olives and diced green chiles, tamale pie is a Southwestern favorite.
what did I do wrong?
by L. Linda
, Norwood, NC on Nov. 2009
This was tasty but it turned out mush. What did I do wrong
by s. susan
, ANDERSON, CA on Jan. 2008
I love this recipe it takes about an hour to make and bake it but I love to cook so it is so worth the wait. It is also something that my granddaughters can help me make. and they are 3 &5 and really enjoy being in the kitchen with me.
Our "New" Old Favorite
by v. valerie
, las vegas, NV on Apr. 2007
I used to make this recipe yeeaaars ago for my family. My daughter was coming home to visit from college and asked if I could make it. I did. It brought back good memories...she even asked me to make one for the road! We absolutely love this recipe!
It's ZESTY alright!
by M. Michelle
, Pine Valley, CA on Oct. 2006
That probably depends on the enchilada sauce and any spices you add, but my dish came out really ZIPPY! My Husband took a bite, cleared his throat a little, took another bite, cleared his throat again, took a third bite, looked at me and said "I need to take this to work tomorrow..." THAT was a 5 Star rating!
Awesome Tamale Pie
by S. Susan
, Erlanger, KY on Jun. 2006
It was a hit. My family is hard to please, but this was a dish that they would request again.
rich and zesty tamale pie
by s. sally
, Flint, MI on Dec. 2005
Wow! This recipe is heavenly! So easy and cheap to make. You can add alot of diff. ingreds. to it also to vary the hotness, such as cumin, extra chile peppers, cyan pepper, chili pepper jalapenos, etc. A quick meal to make too.
Great Tamale Pie
by C. Catherine
, PLEASANTON, CA on Nov. 2005
I was looking for something different to make for my family with extra ground beef. This was a really great recipe and my family loved it. I put some of the diced chiles into the hamburger mix as well as the cornmeal crust. I also added some extra spice to this with some chipolte chili powder in both the crust and the beef mix. Was really good! Will make this recipe again.
Rich And Zest tamale Pie
by S. Summerr
, vernon, TX on Nov. 2005
I LOVE THIS RECIPE, I HAVE TRIED ALL DIFFERENT TYPES OF RECIPES AND THIS ONE TAKES THE CAKE, IT IS THE ONLY ONE I USE NOW.
Down right tasty
by M. MARGARET
, KANSAS CITY, MO on Oct. 2005
I made this even though I didn't have the chillies so I substituted pickled jalopenos and no one knew the difference. I aslo added fresh minced garlic to the cornmeal mixture. I will do this one again.
Yummy for sure!
by J. Jessica
, WICHITA FALLS, TX on Sep. 2005
This recipe was very good--just make sure you bake it in the right size pan. I used a smaller one, and the cornmeal mixture didn't cook all the way toward the middle. If you like tamales, you'll like this recipe!!
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