This dish can be tracked down to 8,000 BC and the word "tamale" comes from the Nahuatl word "Tamal" which happens to be one of the Aztec's primary languages. Tamales sees any meat of your choice along with some processed corn and fillings of your choice also leaf or any other wrappers. But do remember the corn type that we see that didn’t exist like in those days. Earlier then sweet stalks were used and later the natives realized the corn can be possessed. Today the tamales that’s eaten mostly during holiday season but back then it was food of gods. Even today Tamales are made during Christmas. Done from scratch, making of Tamales is a rigorous process. Pork Tamale, a Mexican dish, made with shredded pork, chili powder, and other sauces is much typical of Mexico. The corn stuffed masa, with some juicy pork filling that is wrapped in corn husks and steamed and then cooked to perfection is an delicacy.