Popular in Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Cuba, the recipe for tamal de olla varies from country to country. Panama’s traditional tamal de olla features a sweet and savory mix of raisins, olives, capers and vinegar, ingredients that hint to the Middle Eastern flavors the Spanish brought with them. Bake it off in one of our favorite casserole dishes so it can go from oven to table in style.
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