This dish dates to the pre-Hispanic era of Mexico, a food for great occasions, to tribute the fertility of the earth.
We can assure you that they are all made with a lot of love, by the families that are dedicated to their preparation.
Eunice Durán together with her daughters and her husband started her business, with a variety of flavors that go from the traditional ones to: cochinita pibil, al pastor, chocorrol, gansito, oreo, among others. And their delicious atoles.
Location: San Marcos de Venice #401 – 16
Colony Jardines de Santiago
TAMALES LA CHULA QRO
Here you can find the delicious and original tamale bagel, which is wrapped in a banana leaf, filled from start to finish with shredded chicken breast and green, red or mole poblano sauce. Its cost is $280 and it serves approximately 4 to 5 people
Location: Heroico Colegio Militar 15, El Pueblito.
Orders at 442 607 4807
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You can read: Tamales “Doña Chelo”, tradition since 1990
TAMALES DE CHILE & DE DULCE
They have 15 different flavors, but all of them are delicious. A plus is that they have home delivery.
Location: Avenida Camino Dorado 12
San Jose de los Olvera
Telephone: 962 125 8002
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An exquisite variety of flavors with its original recipe from Zacatlán. Located within the El Refugio Fraccionamiento, where the cost of shipping within the residential is also free of charge.
FROM THE TRICYCLE IN CARRILLO
Delicious green, red, rajas, mole, sweet and pineapple. The cream cheese gourmet with blackberry and Nutella. They also do Oaxacan style
Location: In the Felipe Carrillo Puerto delegation, on the flowerpots in the tricycle.
TAMALES FROM CHIAPANES
The originals from Chiapas with their specialties of Mole, Tamal de bola and Cambray. They work only by request and are in the Satelite neighborhood.
Telephone: 4428114009/ 4426102456
DOÑA CHELO TAMALES
“The 2023 Tamalero Fair, I rank it as number one in tamales.”
With a tradition of several years ago, they are in the Mercado de la Cruz, precisely on Gutiérrez Nájera and 15 de Mayo, next to the newsstand. So be sure to try this authentic Queretaro delight.
If you live in this municipality or want to visit it, you cannot miss these delicious tamales, which, according to Caro Granados, the owner, are made “old fashioned”, as they are made under the recipe of her mother-in-law, who has been around for more than 25 years selling in the Church of Soriano and are authentically made of nixtamal and 100 percent pork lard, “we still take our cooked corn to the mill.”