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Where To Eat Tamales in Las Vegas

From the Eastside to Westside, these tamales satisfy Whether they’re served from a food truck, a hole in the wall taqueria or from the parking lot of a grocery store, there’s nothing like a truly good tamale. For those who only know them as that mysterious menu item wrapped in a corn husk, tamales are well worth unwrapping to reveal the flavor inside. Instantly identified by the outer layer of corn husk or banana leaf, tamales are comprised of masa (corn-based dough) stuffed with meat, spices, vegetables, cheese or just about anything else.
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