How to Reheat Frozen Tamales?

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If you're going to reheat frozen tamales you should really wait for them to thaw first. This will make them less soggy when you heat them. It's also better to cook them on the stove however heating them up for around 30 seconds each in the microwave will make them taste good.
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How to Reheat Frozen Tamales
Tamales have a masa (dough) exterior, and they are filled with meat and sauce. The tamales are further wrapped in cornhusks or banana leaves to prevent them from crumbling. Once you steam tamales, you can store them in the freezer. Tamales will last in... More »
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1. Prepare your steamer cooker by following the manufacturer's directions. Heat the water until it begins to bubble, but do not allow it to come to a full boil. 2. Place the tamales
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1. Take out the frozen or chilled food. Only put in the food you want. Or else you'll have extra food. But if you don't want it all, take out want you want and then put the rest back
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two minutes at 9,012 degrees.
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There are several methods... 1 - Without removing the husk, put it in a plastic bag, close it and reheat it in microwave for 1 or 1 1/2 minutes. 2 - Without removing the husk, place
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