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    Does anyone have a recommendation of a local place that sells really good homemade tamales (corn husk rather than banana leaf type)?

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    Tamales el patio on sw29. Are the best in the city

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoulderSooner View Post
    Tamales el patio on sw29. Are the best in the city

    No doubt. I have eaten them for a couple of years and they are outstanding.
    C. T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoulderSooner View Post
    Tamales el patio on sw29. Are the best in the city
    Agree wholeheartedly with this.

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    Braums fresh market. Not really I don'' like tamales but the Braums ones are pretty darn good make at home

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    Excellent......they come hot or mild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoulderSooner View Post
    Tamales el patio on sw29. Are the best in the city
    Thanks for the pro tip.

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    Picked some up from Tamales el Patio this weekend. The pork tamales are by far the BEST in OKC...store, restaurant, or home made. I got some chicken too, but havenít yet tried them. And their green sauce is a must. And people were carrying tamales out by the dozens.

    Thanks for the recommendation here. I love the OKCTalk network.

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    Hands down the best tamales in the metro. Bring cash as I know they only accepted same as payment a couple months ago.

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    Yep, cash only. Good news is it doesnít take much. Dozen tamales for $15. Green sauce, $1.50

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    If you can catch them on a day they are selling the cheese and pepper tamal.... You won't regret buying a dozen or two of them.I've risked 3rd degree burns grabbing one from the bag as soon as I get in the car.Give the elote a try too!

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    The elote runs a bit rich for me. Their horchata was nice and smooth. I thought i'd get the pork exclusively, but the chicken is really good too. I'll probalby keep doing half dozen of each.

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