How can you reheat tamales?

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Reheating tamales is something you want to be careful about. When reheating them in the oven or microwave, put a container of water in with them. For example, if you reheat them in the oven, do so at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Put a skillet with water in it, in the oven as well. This will create steam, and can help keep the tamales from drying out. How long they may take in the microwave will depend on the wattage of the microwave.
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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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Depending on quantity of tamales use a pot, stock pot or Dutch oven with a tight fitting lid. You will also need a steamer rack, metal colander or aluminum pie plate with holes poked
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I recommend you reheat them in a microwave for about 1 or 2 mins, but be
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1. Fill a pot with a couple inches of water and set the steamer insert in it. Bring the water to a boil. 2. Stand the tamales in the steamer rack, open end up. Cover the pot and reduce
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Tamales originated as a portable food during wars in the ancient Americas thousands of years ago. To reheat frozen or refrigerated tamales, you can steam or microwave ...
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