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Azteca Gourmet
Address: 729 Nordic Drive Colorado Springs, CO, 80916
Email Address: aztecagourmet@gmail.com
Phone: 719-602-9086
About Us
Beautiful Colorado Springs is our home! In 2013, what started out as a personal desire for quality food options for family and friends, has turned into a thriving family-owned business. We take great pride in offering gluten, GMO, lard and preservative free Oaxaca style tamales. Our savory flavors are wrapped in banana leaf and desserts in corn husk. Each kind is filled with a mix of fresh vegetables, fruits, peppers and sauces. We have created a tasteful combination of the American favorite flavors and ancient Mexican tamale. We cook with locally grown ingredients, fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, seasonings and healthy fat free oils. All these ingredients are incorporated to our meals to bring more nutritional value without adding the calories you don't need in your healthy diet.
Our tradition stems from family recipes perfected over generations that now we proudly serve to you, your family and friends. Our tamale menu is based on the classic Oaxaca style cuisine. All our meals are made from scratch and 100% hand made.







 



Practices
Our savory flavors are wrapped in banana leaf and desserts in corn husk. Each kind is filled with a mix of fresh vegetables, fruits, peppers and sauces. Savory tamales come in three versions vegan, vegetarian. We have created a tasteful combination of the American favorite flavors and ancient Mexican tamale.
Nutritional Values
A vegan lifestyle isn't for everyone, we know. But, even for meat-eaters, is a nice change of pace to munch on juicy & delicious vegan tamale sometimes. Give us a chance!

Steamer:
Leave banana leaf & wax paper on
Fill pot with a couple of inches of water
Turn heat on to medium low
Place tamale on steamer insert or metal rack. Cover with lid. 
if frozen, 20-30 minutes. If thawed 10-15 minutes.

Microwave:
Leave banana leaf & wax paper on
Defrost tamale 4-7 minutes
Once is all soft across and no hard spots.
Place tamale in a zip lock bag, pour a 1/4 cup of water or wrap it in wet paper towel
Warm up 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 minutes or until hot