904-466-4861 @MayanSummerFoods Saint Augustine, Florida 32084
The tradition of roasting fresh chiles started here in the USA in Hatch, New Mexico and has sprung up all over in those cities across the country that appreciate the deep smokey taste of roasted chiles.
Spicy or not, roasting chiles take them to a new level of umami. Stuff 'em, chop 'em for cheese dip or on pizza, eggs or just plain can 'em...pick up a list of some of their great uses when you stop by plus click on the link to 50 great recipes on our website. then go to WHAT'S NEW! page.
SOLD BY THE POUND, 1/2 BUSHEL
and FULL BUSHEL
or BYOB (Bring Your Own Bushel) and we will roast them for you for just 10 bucks!
Click here for 50 fabulous roasted chile recipes
Can you believe it? WE WON! After submitting our most popular salsa, Roasted Corn Poblano recipe to arguably the most respected Latin food publication, El Restaurante Magazine "Sassiest Salsa Contest", they called to tell us it won first place in their national competition! Pick up your 8 ounce container of this award winning salsa at the Saturday Farmers Market at the amphitheater in Saint Augustine.
With this win, we're on the way to help make Saint Augustine the Latin Gastro Center of northeast Florida!
And a HUGE thank you to all our friends and patrons who are helping us get here...
...we're having a blast!
See you Saturday at the market!
Would you rather your empanadas baked
instead of fried?
Although we are known for our traditional fried empanadas,
we also bake them to order.
Thin light pastry so soft you can't figure out why they just don't fall apart!
Made with our own hand crafted Picadillo beef filling, they are
par baked then flash frozen to lock in all that great flavor.
Just pull them out of the freezer and straight into a 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or until they are heated through to finish them off.
Serve with your favorite Mayan Summer fresh salsa and a side salad and you have one fast and healthy meal you can feel good about.
Only available by the dozen - $50
Going to the beach?
Take us with you!
Choose from vegan or pork, sweet or savory...you name it. Each one weighs just shy of a half pound. I make my own masa (dough), trim and fresh grind my own meats, use the freshest vegetables I can find then make and wrap each tamal individually with my own hands. Some of the flavors you may like are listed here:
Pork guajillo with salsa tomatillo
Picadillo (Angus beef, San Marzano tomatoes, onions, raisins, toasted almonds, green olives and spices
Vegetable (medley of roasted corn, red bell pepper, black beans)
Combo of cheese, onion, Poblano chile pepper
Cinnamon w/ raisins & walnuts
Spiced Apple with walnuts
Raisins, walnuts & cinnamon