It’s like spicy food – sometimes you have to tone it down so more people can enjoy it

My favorite type of food is Mexican. I could eat it every single day. And you all know how I feel about family. So, combine the two into family taco night and I am all in! For even more fun, Old El Paso introduced El Tacodor™, the world’s only family taco night Game. With El Tacodor, your family can share a special night at home by challenging one another to quick fire trivia, wordplay and pantomime. Visit www.ElTacodor.com today to download instructions, a score card, and a challenge sheet for even more fun on Family Taco Night!

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Just comment with your favorite Mexican style recipe for me to try and you could win!

The winner is comment #5, Erinn. Congratulations!

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5 Comments

  1. Chicken Enchiladas (Adapted from numerous recipes over the years)

    Chop Fine:
    1 onion
    3 cloves garlic
    handful cilantro

    Sauté the above in about a half a stick of butter.

    Add Salsa Verde to taste. (Be careful what kind you buy it can be REALLLY hot. I use mild.)

    Melt in 1 package of cream cheese

    Add in 2 handfuls of Mexican blend shredded cheese.

    Stir in 4 chicken breasts, boiled and torn thin.

    Remove from heat.

    Roll in flour (or fried corn tortillas)

    Place in pan, cover with Mexican blend cheese.

    Drizzle with cream or fat free half and half. (use less if you use fat free half and half because it’s much runnier)

    Drizzle on a little enchilada sauce if you like it. (I don’t use that often, but some people swear by it.)

    Bake at 400 until it gets crisp and yummy.

  2. I like this beef fajitas recipe-http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/beef-fajitas/2050c488-2686-4fdf-99ee-5b7f14d39ebb

  3. Johannah B

    We love quesidilla’s. The reason we can put in any types of things we have around. We like the flour tortilla’s ~~ YES taco meat ~ abeit a small bit compared to that in a taco. Onions, peppers, olives, tomatoes, and of course the all important cheese to seal them. (You can use ground chicken instead of beef too… and why not?)
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  4. Erinn

    Break up Tortilla Chips on a plate and top w/
    left over heated cooked chicken
    heated corn kernals
    chopped tomato
    lettuce (shredded if you can)
    shredded cheese
    black bens (optional)
    Dollop of Sour Cream
    Dollop of Salsa

    LEFTOVER NACOS!

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