How to Make Tamales: Tamalada Video

tamale masa dough in KitchenAid 2

I hosted a tamalada (tamal-making party) a couple of weeks ago and I have so many photos and a complete blog post that I plan to share in a few days, but in the meantime I wanted to share this video. I had a houseful of beautiful women and amazing food.

We drank champurrado and mimosas, nibbled on chorizo meatballs with pineapple salsa, chocolate truffles, coconut cream fried pies, and a jalapeño bacon cheese ball. Then we filled, wrapped, and steamed tamales with a variety of fillings such as chorizo and red chile and pork just to name a few.

Please sit back and enjoy watching this video of the tamalada I hosted.

Thank you to all of the lovely ladies who came over and spent some time with me in my home. I look forward to making this an annual tradition with all of you.

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For more photos and complete Red Chile and Pork Tamales recipe please visit the KitchenAid blog, for tamalada hosting tips visit The Latin Kitchen, and for a variety of tamal recipes to celebrate Día de la Candelaria visit

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Written by Yvette  / Photo and Video by Pure Cinematography

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  1. Thank you for inviting me over. I learned so much and had a LOT of fun.

  2. Thanks for including me in this fun event, Yvette. I really like the video. It turned out great!

    • So glad you were here Kirsten!
      Are you planning to share your chorizo filling recipe? I loved it and would love to link to your blog if you publish it.

  3. Thanks for inviting me. I’ve always wanted to attend a tamalada. Those tamales were delicious and the video turned out great. What a fun afternoon!

  4. What a fun day. Thanks for including me. I’ll be looking for my masa to float from now on.

  5. A lovely idea. Thank you for sharing and have a Happy Weekend!

  6. What a great party idea! Those tamales looked delicious! Thank you for sharing this wonderful tamalada in memory of your Grandmother!

  7. Absolutely love this website!!!! Can not wait to try your recipes. Thank you for taking the time and effort to show us how to cook these dishes!!!

  8. Lovely blog! Very glad to have found it. Is it embarrassing to admit that I had no idea what tamales were? The tamalada sounds like such a lovely idea, tho!

  9. This was such a fun day! Thank you for inviting me! I had always wanted to make tamales! Heck, I had never eaten one! Delish! So much fun!

  10. What a great video!!!I would love to make Mexican tamales!

    • Thank you Erica! It means a lot to read a comment from a blog Amiga. I learned so much about Colombian tamales reading your post yesterday. So very interesting. I would love to try one (or two) 🙂

  11. Would like more recipes. My mother passed in May she always cooked traditional mexican food handed down from my Nanas. Unfortunately I did not get a lot of recipes from her. I would like to know more about cooking the meat for the tamales. I want to carry on the tradition of the tamale parties and cooking. the traditional Sonoran Mexican food i used to enjoy growing up.
    Thank You
    Edward Gomez
    Tucson, AZ. Via Douglas,AZ

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