Tortillas are made from the dough of ground corn. The dough is mixed with water that is eventually rolled into small balls and flattened into circles that are 6-inches wide, and varying thicknesses, depending on what region of the country you are in. once cooked, the tortillas will be wrapped in cloth to be kept warm, much like baskets of bread in America. Amigos produces its own tortillas from the corn it grows at its farm, and tries to produce as much of its own fruits and vegetables as it can.
Another popular dish is the tamale, which is a brick-shaped lump of cooked spiced cornmeal, with a filling made up of several foodstuffs, including meat (beef, pork or chicken), potatoes, olives, capers, raisings, rice and many others. It is one of the most authentic Latin American dishes, and is served in almost every Latin American country, with different variations of the recipe and fillings.
The Honduran national dish is called "Plato típico" (literally, "typical dish") and typically contains the following: beef, marinated, diced, and barbecued on a skewer; pork sausage (similar in taste and appearance to Spanish chorizo); pork crackling; refried red kidney beans; white cheese (similar to Greek Feta cheese); fried plantain slices; rice; salad; sour cream and cheese.