Traditional New Mexican Red Chile Pork Tamales! Pork is a classic component of Southwest cuisine, and once you throw in some Hatch Red Chile, you've got a taste of New Mexico that you can't get enough of. According to tradition, these tamales contain shredded pork. If you are looking for a tangy twist on tradition, check out our Smoked Pork Tex Mex Tamales, made with smokey shredded pork.
We use an authentic New Mexican recipe for our tamales. Fluffy masa made with stone-ground maseca (dried corn) is stuffed with shredded pork drenched in a Hatch Red Chile sauce. Each tamale is wrapped in a paper casing and then steamed to perfection. Once steamed, these tamales will melt in your mouth. All of our tamales are handmade in small batches to ensure top-notch quality.
If you are looking for some Hatch Green Chile in your tamales, check out our Hatch Green Chile Chicken Tamales, Hatch Green Chile Cheese Tamales, or Hatch Green Chile Veggie Tamales!
Packaged in bags of 12, our tamales are easy to defrost and steam or heat up in the microwave. For best results, defrost the tamales in the microwave (45 seconds per tamale) to start.
Steamer: Place the thawed tamales in a steamer for 8-12 minutes.
Oven: Pre-heat to 325°F. Wrap thawed tamales in tin foil and place in the oven for 15-20 minutes.
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Chile pepper heat is measured in Scoville Units. The number of Scoville Units indicates the amount of capsaicin present.