Corunda

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Corunda
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Place of origin
Mexico
Cookbook:Corunda  Corunda

Corunda is a Mexican food, similar to tamales, but wrapped in a long green corn plant leaf, and folded, making a triangular shape. Eaten with cream and red salsa, filled with masa mix and usually without a meaty filling. They're steamed till golden before being eaten, and then, one unwraps the leaf and out fall two pats of masa filling.

A common food in the state of Michoacan.