Old El Paso Nachos Dinner Kit Reviews
Product Type: Old El Paso Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... followed by a layer of cheese (although the cheese does not come in the kit which is a bit of a pain). The cheese is optional ... more
by - written on 07/12/11 (Very useful, 88 readings)
PACKAGING Old El Paso Nacho kit comes in a bright yellow box, with a red top. There is a small picture of cacti with mountains in the background which I am assuming is for a Mexican theme seeing as Nachos are considered to be a Mexican dish. There is a picture of Nachos on the front, along with a bowl of salsa and guacamole. The kit I am basing this review on is a 520g box. On the front and back of the book, there is a list of the items included in the kit. Also, on the back of the box are directions for cooking in English and also in two other languages although I am not sure as to what the other languages are. Included in the kit are Nachos which come in a large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I've recently developed a real craving for mexican food. It's not new to me, I've occasionally had the odd item in a restaurant or at home etc but recently and for no particular reason I've been really enjoying this type of food. My favourite at the moment is Nachos. I know exactly where this has come from-TGI Fridays! They do the most amazing nachos so recently I decided I wanted to try some at home. I looked in my local Asda for different Nacho kits and was suprised to find very little choice. The only two options were an Asda own brand and these Old El Paso Original Nachos. I'm not picky with brands so my choice came down to price. I bought this kit for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09, updated on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
So we got this the other day from Tesco as part of a mexican theme evening and it was yummy!! It is basically a sort of cook yourself kit which consists of a big bag of nachos, and a pouch of refried beans salsary stuff. You are supposed to add cheese (a neccesity) and then jalepenos, sour cream and guacamole and salsa (all reccomended on the packet) but being poor and lazy students, we only had the bog standard cheese to add. What you do is in an oven dish, put half the chips, then add half the topping, then the other half of crisps, the other half of topping, and in our case, a whole packet of cheese (grated). Then its basically 12 minutes (ish) in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I bought these recently as they were on special offer. I am generally a great lover of mexican food but had always been put off by the nacho dinner kits because I couldnt understand how all the ingredients were to keep fresh in a long life off the shelf product. Nevertheless, during an online shop, I ordered them. Whats in the box: You get a bag of tortilla chips, a pouch containing the 'nacho topping' which is basically a form of refried beans and bag of salsa. What else do you need: Technicallly, the only other thing you need is cheese, but without another sauce such as sour cream or guacamole the nachos can be a bit boring so I would suggest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09, updated on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I was served these Nachos by a friend and they were so tasty I now give them to anyone that comes to my house. The packaging is in the usual garish Old El Paso yellow, and inside the box you get a large pack of Nachos and a pack of salsa which has been divided into two pouches (so you could save one if you didn't want to use it all there and then). Extra ingredients you will need are 150g of grated cheese and then anything else you care to add such as sour cream (which the kit recommends you use), jalapenos, chillis etc. Preparing and cooking these Nachos is dead simple. You need a large-ish oven dish (I use a lasagne dish for this which does the job really ... Read the complete review
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