Masa delicacies & street food

Masa delicacies & street food

By
Paul Wilson
Contains
16 recipes
Published by
Hardie Grant Books
ISBN
9781742703992
Photographer
Chris Middleton

Corn and masa harina flour underpin the foods of Mexico. Without them there would be no antojitos. These are the many small masa snacks created to satisfy hunger, and the staple of Mexican street food.

I find there is something mesmerising and addictive about the flavour of masa (the dough made from masa harina flour). I always get that ‘I just need one more’ feeling whenever I eat it, especially when I am touring the street food highlights of Mexico. In fact, I could write an entire book about masa delicacies – but that’s another story to be told! Think of this chapter as a beginner’s guide to understanding that there is much more to masa than the humble taco. Try these recipes and embrace the endless creations that this simple dough can offer!

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