If you’ve never made tamales, you might want to start sweet. Just about all of us enjoys the traditional pork or beef tamales, but sweet tamales can be a bit more versatile.
You can top them off with a variety of different sauces ranging from sweet to savory. The best I’ve had so far came from Aldaco’s Stone Oak. Blanca tops these ‘sweet’ tamales with a delicious, spicy combination of shrimp, corn and chipotle cream. To see how easy it is to prepare ‘sweet’ tamales, watch Blanca on my website.
Also, be sure and check out more on Tamaladas in Taste at MySA.com.