Old El Paso Enchilada Dinner Kit Reviews
Newest Review: ... of the wild west. We then have Enchiladas written in more funky and cultured writing, this is located above a large picture ... more
by - written on 29/01/08 (Very useful, 204 readings)
I have used this a few times and it is pretty good for making Tex Mex food without the need to buy lots of individual ingredients although it should be noted that not everything you need is included in the pack and you will have to purchse the filling for your enchilada, I usually add chicken, mushrooms, onions and green peppers. You will also need to get some cheese and also buy sour cream to as a way of offsetting some of the heat in the food. Finally although there is some tomato puree and salsa included also buy extra to add as if you use an extra hot version in the enchilada it addsa bit of kick to it. The instructions are really clear on the packaging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/08 (Useful, 76 readings)
Quickish, easyish and very tasty. This is a kit for those lazy people out there who may want something different. Being a student i am open to the easy meal. I found that with the pack having everything i need other then cheese and meat, it made things so much easier. I chose to get veggy meat in the fear that i am going to make myself ill by undercooking. After following the instructions i found that in 30 mins i had a very nice and spicy meal. Theres much you can do to change it, like what you serve it with. Chips, however common go well as the sauce inside makes for good dunking. Also if you have some sour cream i find that a welcome addition ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
INTRO So I bought this kit last night for dinner to make through the week this week, I have one of these on average once a month, I love them!! Mexican has to be my favourite type of cooking and enchiladas are my favourite food! I paid £3.22 last night at Tesco for this kit, all Old El Paso kits are on a 3 for 2 at tesco at the minute, so get yourself along and spice up your life! I believe this kit is also £3.22 in ASDA and Sainsburys at the minute. However if buying in bulk Tesco is definitely the best deal!! All of these shops do sell their own brands for a lot cheaper, especially ASDA which their own brand is avaliable for just £2.00, however I choose the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/12 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Me and my family absolutely love Mexican food! Fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, chilli con carne, nachos.....my mouths watering just listing them! But surprisingly we are not great lovers of spice, we don't mind a little bit but we like to actually taste what were eating rather than being on fire! That's why we love Old El Paso dinner kits so much; it gives you the option to still enjoy Mexican food without the spiciness if you wish. So there is often an Old El Paso dinner kit in my trolley so I thought I would review my family's particular favourite - enchiladas, but we think they are all delicious! Old El Paso make various dinner kits for Mexican lovers! The old ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Old El Paso is a range of Mexican foods, offering various delights such as fajitas, burritos, nachos and enchiladas. I love the Old El Paso range, and have tried cheaper alternatives but they never turn out quite as nice. The enchilada kit is around £3 in most supermarkets at full price, although I've noticed lately that the Old El Paso range is on offer most places I shop, so I have been stocking up. You buy the kit and it contains everything you need to make enchiladas apart from the meat (I use chicken), an onion and cheese. I think it might suggest adding a pepper too but we never bother and just use an onion. You can add whatever you like really, as ... Read the complete review
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