1/2 DOZ. Beef Beer & Jalapeño Tamales
Just about anyone who tries our beef tamales loves the way they tastes. The meat is slow cooked with Shiner Bock beer (a Texas favorite) and seasoned with a whole host of fresh produce, tomatoes, onions, garlic, and de-seeded jalapenos (so they're not to spicy) for good measure. Don't worry they are kid friendly on the heat level but you can turn up the heat with your own salsa.
We prepare our beef tamales with is the same high-quality beef served in the nicest steakhouses restaurants in Fort Worth, Texas. There is no substitution for fresh quality ingredients. ¡Que rico!
This flavor is spectacular! This is by far my favorite. I give them for Christmas gifts every year to my neighbors!
I have been ordering Hot Damn Tamales for years, not just for my family, but for my friends at Christmas time. Everyone LOVES them!! I make a Red Chili Sauce to serve over the Beef Tamales. My husband raves about them. The Beef Beer Jalapeno Tamales are tender and delicious! We have eaten the Chicken, Pork and Wild Mushroom Tamales, too, and they are amazing!
My husband loves tamales. You can't get great tamales in New York. So I ordered from Texas. He thought they were wonderful!
i really enjoyed entertaining my guest this past weekend with your Hot Damn Tamales; what a wonderful treat for myself and my guest. i ordered three one half dozen for six people and ran out quickly.Will be ordering more for next year Super Bowl. They were all great..
It only takes an hour to cook tamales in a steamer. Any kind of steamer pot with a lid will work. It is OK to steam frozen tamales. The steam will perfectly thaw the tamales and cook them.
The tamales can be frozen and put directly into the steamer. Once your steamer is steaming rapidly we suggest breifly turning off the heat to safely load the tamales in the steamer. Same goes for removing the tamales from the steamer. Turn the steamer off - safety first!
The tamales will come wrapped in foil and plastic wrap. Remove the plastic and leave the tamales in the foil. Put the foil packages into the steamer for approximatly 1 hour.
The way to check if the tamales are finished cooking is to unwrap a corn husk on one of the tamales. If the masa sticks to the corn husk then the tamales need to steam longer.