Discovery Mexican Fajitas Dinner Kit Reviews
Product Type: Discovery Ready Meals
Description:Type: Other Ready Meals / A dinner kit for making Mexican Fajitas, containing tortillas, mexican salsa and fajita seasoning
Newest Review: ... reasoanble price! The pack consists of everything you need to make lovely Fajitas which are yummy! Very hot and sometimes the ... more
by - written on 12/09/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
We had this tonight for dinner. Somerfield had it on offer down to £1.58, which made it cheaper to get this than to source the contents individually. Normally, a kit such as this would cost around the £3 mark, sometimes more, sometimes less depending on where you go. I find the packaging 'somewhat' misleading, as it kind of gives the impression you get the whole kit inside for a Fajitas dinner. However, you get a pack of 8 Discovery tortillas, some mexican salsa, and some Discovery Fajita seasoning. If I were to individually source the ingredients, then it would cost me significantly more in Somerfield, perhaps a bit less in other places, but I surely wouldn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/08 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Mexican Fajita Kit I must say I absolutely love Mexican food and have done for some time. I think that these kits are brilliant as all you really need to add is your desired meat and scoured cream. Within the kit you get 8 tortilla wraps, a sachet of spices to flavour your meat and salsa sauce. I tend to use chicken and they taste absolutley lovely. When making fajitas it is best to serve them on a table in serving dishes, this allows people to take what they wish and add it to their wrap. When cooking the kit you will need some onions and peppers. I tend to chop up all of my ingredients and place in bowls as you do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/08 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Having really enjoyed fajitas whilst on holiday I decided to try to , recreate that authentic taste at home. Armed with my Fajita dinner kit, some peppers, onions, frying steak and soured cream I began creating my masterpiece in the kitchen. I followed the instructions to the letter, and fried ingredients in the pan and warmed the tortillas in the microwave. As i placed the fajita packet mix in the pan to coat the veg and meat, the smell of it overpowered me, took my breath away and resulted in a coughing fit! After a glass of water and a minute out of the kitchen (it takes a lot to separate me from food!), I returned to complete the fajitas. I took the tortillas out of Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/09 (Useful, 54 readings)
I am very suspicous of this type of product -being a naturally decent cook and quite frugal I would always rather make my own spice mixes and salsa and always see 'kits' like this as a bit of a waste of money. However I saw one in my local supermarket on Saturday for much less than usual and thought I would give it a go. The kit comes with 8 wraps (good value I was thinking), salsa, and fajita spice mix. It cost £1.49. For the price I would have preferred to buy the wraps seperately and make my own because this was poor. The salsa was a tiny plastic pouch with barely enough in it for two people (luckily only two of us but givent here is 8 wraps in the pack I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/12, updated on 04/01/12 (Not useful, 30 readings)
This kit in my opinion is the best value for money! It is available in bargain shops such as Home Bargains at a very reasoanble price! The pack consists of everything you need to make lovely Fajitas which are yummy! Very hot and sometimes the flavour burns onto the Chicken when frying which doesnt appeal to me and I find myself scraping it off. This is a very quick & easy meal to make, and can be done in around 10 minutes. The classic flavour is a great place to start before trying all of the others as it gives you an idea of the 'hotness' of flavours and so on. I would recommend trying medium hot to start as this one is quite hot for me and I like spicy and hot ... Read the complete review
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