Eventhough our tamales have fresh green jalapeno peppers and dried red peppers, they are not hot. What makes a tamale spicy hot is when a chef adds jalapeno or chilli seeds to a tamale. So eventhough we love hot tamales we've removed all the jalapeno seeds from our recipe.
We offer a varitey of Traditional Tamales. Here is a brief list:
To see a full list of our Gourmet Tamales Click here »
Our traditional Mexican tamales are made with ingredients purchased from a Mexican Grocery store. We believe they have the best mexican products for making authentic mexican style homemade tamales.
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All of our tamales are cooked before delivery. You only have to reheat them, when your ready to eat them.
The reheating instructions and estimateed reheating time is for a dozen tamales
- Reheat Using a Steamer
- Reheat Using a Stove
- Reheat Using an Oven
- Reheat Using a Microwave
- Reheat Using a Deep Fryer
Reheat tamales using a Cooking Steamer
How to use a cooking steamer to reheat tamales.
- Set up your steamer by filling 1/4 of steamer with water
- Turn Heat up to medium
- Next, arrange tamales around the edge of steamer with open end up (see image below)
- If tamales are refrigerated, steam for 15-20 minutes
- If tamales are frozen, steam for 20-30 minutes
For a dozen tamales Total Cooking time is 20-30 minutes
Reheat tamales using a Stove
You can reheat your tamales using a stove. In my opinion this is the best way to reheat your tamales
and bring out the most flavor.
How you reheat tamales using a stove.
- place a pan on a stove range and set heat to medium
- add a tea spoon of your favorite cooking oil (Olive oil, Vegatable oil, ect..)
- Remove husk from tamales and place tamales inside pan; cover with a lid
- flip tamales over every 2-3 minutes
- When surface skin on tamales are crispy, your tamales are ready
For a dozen tamales Total Cooking Time is 5-10 minutes
Reheat tamales using an Oven
You can reheat your order of tamales using an oven. By heating tamales in the oven you can
bring out all the rich flavors inside the tamale.
How to reheat tamales using an oven
- Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees
- Remove husk cover from tamales
- Apply thin layer of butter to the inside of pan
- Place tamales in pan
- Tamales are ready when surface skin on tamale is dark brown and crispy
For a dozen tamales Total Cooking Time is 30-45 minutes
Reheat tamales using a Microwave
Reheating tamales in the microwave is the fastest and easiest of all the above techniques. The only
drawback is that, the microwave does not give you that crispy brown surface skin.
How to reheat tamales using a Microwave
- If tamale are frozen: defrost for 2-3 minutes in microwave
- Then place tamales in a plastic bag or plastic container
- It's ok to leave husk on tamales
- Finally Heat in microwave for about 2-5 minutes
For a dozen tamales Total Cooking time is 2-4 minutes
Reheat tamales using a Deep Fryer
Yes, you can deep fry tamales too! By the way, they taste Great! The only problem is all the extra calories.
How to reheat tamales using a deep fryer
- Set up your deep fryer to medium heat
- If tamales are frozen, defrost in microwave for about 2-3 minutes
- Remove husk and slowly drop into deep fryer
- Cook each tamale for about 2-3 minutes
- Tamales are ready when surface skin is crispy brown
For a dozen tamales Total Cooking time is 10-12 minutes