Old El Paso Quesadilla Dinner Kit Reviews
Product Type: Old El Paso Ready Meals
Description:Type: Other Ready Meals / Old El Paso / kit to make quesadillas.
Newest Review: ... you prefer your food a bit on the mild side they may be too spicy for you (so possibly skip the salsa or use a mild salsa ... more
by - written on 16/03/12 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Having not written a review for several years **bows head in shame** finding inspiration on what to write my first review about again was very difficult... so as my mind generally is ruled by my tummy my thoughts turned to yesterday evenings tea. Im a big fan of all mexican food, but as a general rule tend to avoid the Old El Paso kits as I see them as being quite overpriced as you can get the components cheaper from the supermarkets own brands, however having no idea what to include to create a quesadilla I decided to give it a go. All mexican food is quite similar, some form of tortilla whether it be fried/baked/sliced, chicken or mince, peppers, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I decided to review these Quesadillas because I only had them for the first time a few weeks ago, and although I've heard of them I'd never made them at home and would have found a review useful before going ahead and buying them. The Quesadillas come in the yellow and red vibrant packaging which is associated with the Old El Paso range. They cost £2.50 but you do have to add chicken (or vegetables for a vegetarian option) and cheese so make sure you factor this in if you're pricing it up within your weekly budget. They are currently on offer with the other items in the Old El Paso range at Tesco, on a 3 for the price of 2 offer which can be a good way of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I saw these on offer in Asda so thought we would give them a whirl. We often eat the Fajitas and find them yummy. The kit contains 8 Corn Tortillas, 1 Quesadilla Spice Mix, 1 Mild Original Salsa. You then need to add cheese and chicken (or Quorn or vegetables if you are a vegetarian like me). They are relatively easy to make - you lie one tortilla in a frying pan add the spice mix, salsa chicken and cheese then the other tortilla and fry. You do need to turn over to fry the other side which is tricky and requires a couple fo spatulas. This is recommended for sharing however we found 1 is enough for just 1 person really and unless you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/12, updated on 11/05/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I first tried these a few months ago and I have to say this is now one of my favourite teas, whenever I am stuck for something to make or just don't have a whole lot of time I reach for these. The pack costs between £2-3 depending where bought and it contains tortillas, spice mix and salsa. They are fairly spicy but not overly so, though if you prefer your food a bit on the mild side they may be too spicy for you (so possibly skip the salsa or use a mild salsa instead). I have found them pretty easy to make; cook up the chicken, add the spice, then remove from pan (put it in a bowl whilst you do the next part, or you could simply take it off the ... Read the complete review
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