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Old 12-01-2014, 05:02 PM
Durgan Durgan is offline
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Default Masa Balls 1 December 2014 Masa Balls
After making some Indian Corn Masa, it was decided to try making a different product. About half a liter of Masa was beat into a slurry in the blender, with two large eggs and a tablespoon of soy sauce for flavor.The slurry was then stiffened and made into a dough using commercial masa flour. The dough was made into golf ball size balls and pressure cooked for 15 minutes at 15 PSI. The end product makes a nourishing snack or addition to a meal and are most filling.They are for immediate use and are stored in the refrigerator. Picture depict the method.
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