noun Mexican Cookery.
Origin of masa
Examples from the Web for masa
Any time of the day here is good to try tayoyos, an oval-shaped cake made of masa and stuffed with beans and avocado leaves.
When he signed his contract with MASA, he signed away the opportunity to visit the West Bank.No Talk, No Peace: How Israel's Separation Barrier Cuts Off the Conversation|Angela Zimmann|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They want to explain to other MASA students why, exactly, Naftali Bennett was so bad.Why Don't Young Diaspora Jews Like Naftali Bennett?|Elisheva Goldberg|May 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The masa was taken from the large to the small shed, where the priest and several male members of the family sat around it.
Two more tutiua were next made, and lastly all the masa and sikil left were mixed together with a few ounces of salt.
Who could imagine that he or anyone else might have to leave The Masa by the nearest and quietest path?Hi Jolly!|James Arthur Kjelgaard
Beneath the suspended calabashes was placed a small table containing piles of tortillas and calabashes of masa and water.