Mother-in-law Sandwich

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RE: Mother-in-law Sandwich 2008/06/23 11:20:55 (permalink)
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Originally posted by stlouisguy

Update: finally got around to having this…..wish I had pics for you all….

Hormel beef tamales, a slice of hot Monterey Jack pepper cheese, a couple tablespoons of salsa, and a few shakes of hot sauce on rye, washed down with a beer. It was great! Just as good as I remembered.

I bought a couple extra cans of tamales just to have on hand....been too long since I had these.



Do you heat the Tamales???
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RE: Mother-in-law Sandwich 2008/06/23 12:38:53 (permalink)
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Michael, what brand of canned tamales did you buy? Tamales and Rye... sounds great!
Joe

I believe the brand was La Preferida. By the way, I had my second sandwich and it was pretty darned good.
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RE: Mother-in-law Sandwich 2008/06/23 13:04:03 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Foodbme

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Originally posted by stlouisguy

Update: finally got around to having this…..wish I had pics for you all….

Hormel beef tamales, a slice of hot Monterey Jack pepper cheese, a couple tablespoons of salsa, and a few shakes of hot sauce on rye, washed down with a beer. It was great! Just as good as I remembered.

I bought a couple extra cans of tamales just to have on hand....been too long since I had these.



Do you heat the Tamales???


definitely! A few minutes in the microwave does it.
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