Corundas- A dish from the past.

Made some delicious corundas 😀 Plus I’m lucky that my talented mother has taught me how to make this wonderful indigenous dish.

What are Corundas? Green Leaves of the corn plant are used to wrap the corn masa tamale, and then it’s shaped into a triangle. Corundas can have cheese, veggies, chili, or just pure masa. Personally, I added more chili on top because I love spicy food ❤ haha!

Fun Fact- Corundas was the main dish for the Purepecha Prince and have been passed down from generation to generation in Michoacan.<3 

Lately, I have been wanting to learn how to cook tradition food from my Mexican culture. Thanks to my mom, she has been very patient with me and taking her time to help me out. It is a special time for me because I’m spending more time with my mom. I enjoy her company even more.

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#michoacán #méxico #comida #tradición #Purepecha #indígena #corundas

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Cecilia

Hi everyone name is Cecilia and, I'm 25 years old. I'm passionate about plants and gardening. At the age of 16, I was bitten by the gardening bugs, thanks to my grandma and my sweet, lovable mama. I plan to share my hopes, dreams, fears, and daily happenings in my life. When the days are beautiful. I enjoy going on road trips and especially go on hikes. I'm just recently graduate from college, and I was able to get my degree in Horticulture- Small Market Farming. Now I'm working on getting my IT innovation Degree at UNOmaha. My dream is to one day possess my own land out in the country, but near the city. Where I can be surrounded by peace and filled with inspiration with a little mix of technology. If you have any questions, feel free to email me :))

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