Nacatamales like regular tamales but wrapped in a banana leaf, and larger – a specialty of the central areas of Mexico. Nacatamales also refer to one of Honduras Christmas foods which are like the Mexican Tamales, but are larger and moister with a more gelatinous dough and are wrapped in banana leaves.

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