Old El Paso Flour Tortillas Reviews
Product Type: Old El Paso Snacks
Description:Brand: Old El Paso / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... Paso website http://www.oldelpaso.co.uk/ The se Old El Pas Soft Flour Tortillas come in packs of 8 and are currently selling ... more
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Last Update 10.03.2014 08:33
by - written on 25/04/10, updated on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 110 readings)
In my attempts to minimise the amount of food we waste in our household, I'm trying to stock up on long-life storecupboard items, particularly those that can be adapted for a number of different meal ideas. Tortillas or mexican style wraps are now something that I always try to have in stock as they are so just so versatile. Old El Paso are one of many brands of flour tortillas widely available but they are my personal favourite (although I will switch allegiance if I find other comparable brands on offer.) The Old El Paso tortillas tend to be more expensive than the 'fresh' supermarket own brands of wraps but I personally prefer them and think they are worth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I had a yummy tortilla for my tea tonight, I usually buy the Discovery ones but they didn't have them in so I got a pack of Old El Paso thinking they would be exactly the same. The thing is these are actually a bit nicer and are thicker so held the filling a lot better. The Old El Paso tortillas are a bit smaller than the ones from Discovery and like I said they're also thicker so the weight of each one is probably the same. I like them being smaller anyway because they roll up easier and it's also more simple tucking the end in under the filling because they hold their shape better. They have got a nice floury taste and you can use them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Although I am not a fan of Mexican food, I do love tortillas and buy them about once a fortnight. I have tried a few brands but have found Old El Paso to be the best and they are the only ones I buy now. Old El Paso tortillas come vacuum packed in plastic. The package has a cardboard insert which prevents the tortillas being broken. They always taste very fresh when you remove them from the pack. The only problem I ever have is when the tortillas stick together. If they are too tightly packed on the shelf or squashed against other shopping when packed in bags, they do tend to stick together. This results in the tortillas being ripped apart when you try to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
My fiancée is a big fan of Mexican, so tortillas are a frequent dish in our house. She usually does them with spicy chicken, peppers and onions. But every so often I find tortillas in my packed lunch, with left over chicken or ham and cheese in. Tortillas are great as a truly versatile food, and a lot less heavy (and lower in calories and carbohydrates) than bread. I've used tortillas before to make Mexican enchiladas, wraps, sandwiches, cut them up and put seasoning on them and made wedge crisps from them, or torn them up and used them as a topping for stews and bakes. Old El Paso is the most common brand in our house, and until recently I never thought ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I wanted to write this review because these are one of my favourite lunch ideas as well as some tasy dinner ideas. These flour tortillas are sold in nearly every Supermarket along with other El Paso accompaniments. You get 8 soft tortilla wraps to a packet (326 grams) and they retail at around £1.50 although quite often you can find them on special. The nutritional info (per 100 grams) is as follows:- 140 calories 3.8 grams protein 19.8 grams carbohydrates 5.1 grams of fat 0.7 grams of fibre 0.2 grams of sodium These are also suitable for vegetarians. They are really easy to prepare too. It's a choice ... Read the complete review
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