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These tasty tamales are the epitome of tamale tradition. The regular pork tamales are spiced with red Chile powder which give them their signature red color. The meat filling is made of ground, spiced pork meat and the outer masa layer is made of ground corn. The tamales are so good that eating just one will prove to be quite a challenge.
The bean tamale is a great alternative to the regular pork. The beans are spiced with the same spices used in the regular pork and they are quite popular with non-meat eaters. Their flavorful taste will indulge your taste buds and you'll be a fan for life.
Our chicken tamales are made with ground chicken, ground, fresh green peppers and ground fresh tomatoes. They are one of our best sellers and their full-flavor is what make them so delicious. These tamales offer a great alternative to the traditional pork. They are so good that they will have your taste buds singing.
Jalapeno poppers are a perfectly delicious treat. These bite size tamales are filled with jalapeno cheese! Jalapeno poppers can be served as an appetizer that is sure to be a "crowd pleaser" for any fiesta large or small. Or the poppers can be a great snack.
The sweet tamales are made with coconut, raisins and pecans. They are enjoyed especially for breakfast or dessert. The white and brown sugars used to make them combine to form a mouth-watering combination of sweetness. These sweet creations are too good to ignore.
These tamales are just right for those who enjoy a little spice in their life. The tamales are lighter in color and are spiced with raw jalapenos. They are not too hot and are quite tasty.
The jalapeno bean tamales have become quite popular in recent years. The jalapenos add a certain zest that will certainly make you take notice. The bean tamales offer a great alternative to non-meat eaters and their flavor is something that will have you wanting more.
These spicy chicken tamales are made with just enough kick to let you know that the jalapenos are there. Those who love the flavor of the chicken tamales will certainly be fond of their spicy kin. If you're a fan of spicy food then you've met your match.
The "southwest vegetarian tamale" is made using canola oil and is filled with corn, black beans, red bell peppers, cilantro and assorted spices.
One of our newest additions to our menu, these non-meat tamales are made with Monterrey Jack cheese and ground jalapenos. They simply melt in your mouth and they indulge your senses. The cheese tamale is a great alternative for non-meat eaters and the jalapenos give the tamale just enough zing.
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