Tamalittle offers up pastes (savory stuffed pastries, a central Mexican specialty) | Rock Candy

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Tamalittle offers up pastes (savory stuffed pastries, a central Mexican specialty)

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click to enlarge TAMALITTLE: It's paste time.
  • TAMALITTLE: It's paste time.


If you've ever spent time in central Mexico, there's a good chance you fell in love with pastes, a savory stuffed pastry a bit like the British Cornish pasty — or like an empanada, with the difference being that the innards aren't precooked.

A new Mexican joint in West Little Rock specializing in pastes just opened last Friday. Tamalittle will be serving up pastes stuffed with mole, chicken tinga, potatoes and chorizo, beans and chorizo, and cochinita (slow-roasted pulled pork). Plus a selection of tamales. Sounds  delicious. 

Located at 102 Markham Park Dr., Tamalittle is open Mon.-Fri 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sat-Sun. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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