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Old El Paso “Family Taco Night”

With school, work, kids activities fnding time for the fmaily is hard.

Why not set aside time at least once a month for “Family Taco Night?” Old El Paso offers a variety of seasonings, sides, sauces, and meal kits as simple solutions for a night of catching up with the family over a delicious taco dinner. To satisfy your Mexican style cravings, the Old El Paso® line up of products includes chilies, dinner kits, dips and sides, enchilada sauce, refried beans, seasoning mixes, shells, taco sauce and salsa. The Old El Paso taco seasoning mix selection includes flavors like Burrito, Cheesy Taco, Chili, Fajita, Taco, Mild Taco and even a seasoning with 40% less sodium. For a fun twist on Taco Night, be sure to try one of the delicious recipes below.

  • Double Layer Tacos
    • Old El Paso Favorite Recipe! Layered taco shells and tortillas create the “double” in beef- and bean-stuffed tacos.
  • Chicken Ranch Tacos
    • Need a new idea for a 30-minute dinner? Here’s a twist on ta cos using precooked chicken.

To keep your family laughing at the dinner table, have some fun with El TacodorTM, 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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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 14,11, 5 and a son who is 2. They currently reside in Texas.

2 Responses to “Old El Paso “Family Taco Night””

  1. karen M says:

    To top it off you need a little mariachi music! I love these dishes,they make Taco Night extra special.

  2. Benny says:

    Those trays remind me of ones we had when I was growing up. I remember “taco night” well!

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