Mexican Food Catering Package for Up to 20 People from Carmen's Tamales Online (Up to 40% Off)

Carmen's Tamales Online Phoenix

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In a Nutshell

Catered Mexican cuisine includes entrees such as carne asada burritos and pork tamales or platters of chimichangas, tacos, or enchiladas

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Pre-order required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid within 25 miles of zip code 85210. Carmen's Tamales Online does not provide tables and chairs. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$139 for a Mexican food catering package for up to 10 people ($200 value)

  • Choose between one entrée or two party platters
  • Includes rice and beans

$209 for a Mexican food catering package for up to 20 people ($350 value)

  • Choose between one entrée or four party platters
  • Includes rice and beans

14 entrée options include carne asada burritos, chicken enchiladas, bean tostadas, and pork tamales with red sauce; platter options may include 40 mini chimichangas, 30 taquitos, 15 tacos, 10 tamales, 15 enchiladas, or 10 burritos.

Tomatillos: What Makes Green Salsa Green

Without the tomatillo, many Mexican dishes would be missing their tang. Learn more about these little green jewels with Groupon’s guide.

It might look like a small, green tomato, but when you peel back the papery husk to bite into a tomatillo, you’ll taste something more like a lemon or an all-natural Sourpatch Kid. These tart little fruits are members of the nightshade family, just like their cousins the tomato and cape gooseberry, but their flavors are more citrusy and herbal. Typically an inch or two in diameter, tomatillos develop slightly sticky, firm flesh encased in an inedible husk. They are harvested before ripening to ensure they keep their acidic bite, which marks many traditional Mexican sauces, stews, and moles—if it’s pale green, tangy, and Mexican, you can assume that tomatillos were involved.

Tomatillos originated in ancient Mexico, where they were cultivated by the Aztecs and Mayans. Their name, like the word tomato, comes from the Aztec word “tomatl,” meaning something round and plump; “tomatillo,” fittingly, means “little tomato” in Spanish. But if you run across something called a husk tomato, jam berry, or Mexican green tomato, know that these are tomatillos too, and are probably just hiding from their creditors.

Customer Reviews

Great deal, great food! Delivered on time with more than enough food for 50 people! Highly recommend and will definately use again! Thank you!
Amanda D. · December 13, 2016
The food was very good and she was on time. Very happy with the service
Sofia R. · May 16, 2016

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