Old El Paso Fajita Dinner Kit Reviews
Product Type: Old El Paso Ready Meals
Description:Type: Gourmet Lines / Fajitas are a traditional family favorite and we've provided the tortillas, fajita seasoning and salsa. Just add your own chicken and vegetables for delicious, easy-to-prepare fajitas.
Newest Review: ... can find fajitas that are delivered temptingly on sizzle plates. So now to the Old El Paso Fajita kits. The basic kits ... more
by - written on 18/07/11 (Very useful, 123 readings)
After working in the Mexican food stand at Legoland, which was sponsored by Old El Paso - I used this kit (in bulk) every day for a year and I have to admit, they are the best fajita's I have ever tasted! Fajitas are so quick and easy to make. I have to say because of the fact it all gets cooked individually and then put together - its perfect for a family meal! Once you've got the know-how, you'll be well on the way to being a top chef! Personally I prefer the original chicken fajita kit, but you can but it in Smoky BBQ too. I will be reviewing the Original as this is what I usually buy (its cheaper than buying lots of the original sized and lasts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 288 readings)
I've been eating Fajitas for some years now and must admit that we have used Old El Paso products when making them in the past. The fajita kit costs £2.85 (Sainsburys) and with it you get 8 flour tortillas, 1 spice mix and 1 sachet of Salsa. All you need to add is either chicken or beef, peppers and onions... Although I've also used it just to make vegetarian fajitas with peppers, onions and mushrooms and then added lettuce and tomato... If you've never made fajitas before, the kit does give instructions on the back as to what you need to do. It literally takes about 20 minutes to prepare and cook so a very simple and easy dish to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/10 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I love Mexican food, and Fajitas are up near to the top of my favorite Mexican dishes of all time. I used to eat Fajitas with minced beef in them, but my boyfriend introduced me to chicken fajitas, and I fell in love with them! Fajitas are a relativley simple meal to make, especially when you buy a Fajita kit. These kits usually come with Approx. 8 flour tortilla wraps, salsa and a packet of Fajita seasoning powder. To cook them, just fry up some chopped chicken (or quorn! or beef) in a pan with some onions and peppers, when cooked sprinkle on the fajita seasoning, and serve in warm, microwaved tortilla wraps with some salad, salsa and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I've never tried these Old El Paso Dinner Kits before but brought a couple of boxes when they was on special offer in Sainsburys. They're quite nice but I can't see the point of the kit really because you've got to buy the meat and vegetables yourself so it seems a bit stupid to me. In the box you get 8 tortillas, a packet of seasoning and sachet of salsa. The instructions for making the fajitas are clear on the back of the box and it was dead easy to make them up. I used strips of beef because we didn't have any chicken in and also carrots, spring onions, mushrooms and red onion. You have to stir fry the meat and vegetables first then add the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Fajita's are a really fun thing to eat, I love the whole process of making them, it's a really light hearted and sociable meal and perfect for a Friday night on the the sofa accoompanied with a couple of beers and a good film. Until I discovered this Old El Paso Fajita Dinner Kit, I only really ate fajitas when I was out eating at a Mexican restaurant. I just wasn't sure what I would need to get the right results to eat at home. I then spotted this Fajita kit which contained everything you would need to make them at home, all you would need to add is chicken and some veggies. The kit contained 8 soft flour tortillas, 144g of mild red salsa & 35g of ... Read the complete review
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