Tetelas are tasty triangle-shaped corn masa treats that are stuffed with black beans and cooked on a griddle. They are really easy to make for breakfast, lunch or dinner. At home, we can’t even wait for them to get out of the griddle before we start eating them! Make them today!
To make the beans, puree 1½ cups of cooked beans using your blender. Heat 2 tablespoons of oil or lard in a skillet, fry a ¼ cup of chopped onion in it and add the bean puree. Stir from time to time to keep the beans from sticking to the pan. The bean puree has to be dry, but still creamy.