Vegetable Enchilada Roja
Vegetable Enchilada Roja
Vegetable Enchilada Roja
Vegetable Enchilada Roja

Vegetable Enchilada Roja

$17 $31 on DoorDash

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Hand rolled, filled then topped with the perfect accompanying Sinaloense salsa. A bright tomatillo salsa verde brightens up the chicken and the mild chipotle salsa roja deepens the earthy and savory vegetables.

Cook from frozen or thaw overnight in refrigerator.

Microwave: Cook for 4–5 minutes if frozen or 3–4 minutes if thawed. Cooking time may vary depending on wattage. Stove: Steam for 25 minutes if frozen or 15 minutes if thawed. Oven: Preheat oven to 400°F. Cook for 20 minutes if frozen or 15 minutes if thawed.

Roasted tomato, yellow onion, canola oil, cumin, chipotle, apple vinegar, salt, tortilla (corn masa flour, water, cellulose gum, propionic acid [preservative], guar gum, amylase), carrots, sweet yellow corn, potatoes, celery, mozzarella cheese (cultured milk, vinegar, salt), Parmesan cheese (milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), olive oil.

Allergens: Contains dairy

How does it ship?
This product ships frozen with dry ice. Do NOT touch dry ice with your bare hands under any condition as it can easily burn skin.

When will it ship?
Most orders placed will ship the same day, or the following day at the latest.

What is the shelf life?
All Essential food products have a shelf life of up to 6 months.

The Tamale Maker in San Francisco

Alicia Villanueva was born in the city of Mazatlan, Mexico, where she first began stuffing tamales as a kid with her mami and abuelita.

The idea behind Alicia's Tamales Los Mayas first started when she moved to the states in 2001. Alicia was inspired by all the different cultures and cuisines she saw represented in this country. She wanted to use her tamales as a way to connect with people, provide for her family, and share her story and culture with those around her.

In August 2010, Alicia went to La Cocina, a non-profit incubator kitchen in San Francisco's Mission District with a dream: to start her own tamale cart as a way to support her family. With a business plan in mind, and plenty of determination, Alicia launched her sales in the same month at the San Francisco Street Food Festival, selling nearly 1,500 tamales in a single day! Since then, her business has outgrown the incubator, and into her own 6,000 square feet factory, where she now employs 14 people to keep the operation running.

Through her business, Alicia's mission is to create opportunities for families, and positively impact the community and the planet. All her hand-crafted, homemade tamales are made from high quality, local and organic ingredients. Everytime you take a bite of her tamales, she wants you to feel like you're a part of her family.

Price Comparison

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Price $16
Same recipe Yes
Same ingredients Yes
Portion size 4 enchiladas
Price per enchilada $4 each


Price $22
Same recipe Yes
Same ingredients Yes
Portion size 2 enchiladas
Price per enchilada $11 each

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