Easy Tamale Recipe in a Bundt Pan

It's Taco Tuesday, my favorite day of the week! But this week I decided change things up a bit and made a tamale recipe in a bundt pan that is actually like a bunk (bundt) cake. I love making things in my bundt pan. Check out my All Natural Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Recipe I made in the bundt pan.


Easy Tamale Recipe That is Pretty (Tasty)

Tamale Recipe in a Bundt Pan

This tamale recipe in a bundt pan is so super easy! I love making cornbread, but only from scratch, and this recipe is so quick and simple it didn't take long. The longest part was cooking the meat and allowing it to simmer to absorb the juices.

I really like that I could put this faux tamale recipe together ahead of time and cook it up when I was ready. I mixed the dry ingredients for the corn bread and set aside and did the same for the wet ingredients, then I cooked up the meat and set that aside. When I was ready, I just had to put it all together in the pan.

*Note: Do not mix the wet and dry ingredients together until you are ready to bake or you will end up with flat cornbread due to the baking powder action!


Easy Tamale Recipe That is Pretty (Tasty)




Easy Tamale Recipe That is Pretty (Tasty)


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Easy Tamale Recipe That is Pretty (Tasty)


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  • Angela H says:

    I enjoy tamales when I go out but I have never made them before. Thank you for sharing this recipe it does look easy.

  • Scott says:

    I've never tried making my own tamales. I used to have a friend in Los Angeles that would make them for us all the time so I never needed to learn!

  • emilia m. says:

    pinning! looks like something I'd definitely want to try out!!! thanks!!!

  • Kristen @ A Mind Full Mom says:

    This is such a fun recipe! I love tamale bakes but have never thought to make it in a bundt pan before. Pinned. Visiting from Thirfty Thursday.

  • Mary Beth Elderton says:

    What a great way to do Tex Mex! This would look fabulous on the tabl;e.