This is how we do Mexican night… #NoWayThatsFrozen

When was the last time you enjoyed Mexican night? Did you go out to dinner? I tell you, around here you can spend an arm and leg on a good Mexican restaurant or you can make it Mexican night home! With Old El Paso Frozen Entrée you can do it all. We started by finding the Old El Paso Frozen Entrées in the frozen aisle in our local grocer. When we got home, Baby Miss helped me set up the margarita and chip set that we received from Plateful Coop & Old El Paso.

Old El Paso Mexican NightChoosing the entrée was the hardest part, with eight different flavors of fajitas, enchiladas, quesadillas and burritos, these choice was not easy. Since we feed seven on a nightly basis and I like to make enough for Hubby to take to work the next day, I chose three Old El Paso Enchilada Meals; two beef and one chicken.

Mexian Night Old El Paso 2What I love about these entrées is that you can choose to microwave them or bake them in the oven. I am a stickler for oven-baked meals, so that I how I decided to do it. I threw the three entrées on cookie sheets and voila, easy as that…

While they were bakes, I got the margaritas and dip ready. (Of course, Baby Miss had to help!) With in no time the meal was ready to be served.

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The first thing I noticed when cutting into the enchiladas was that I was finding whole chunks of chicken and beef. Along with creamy sauce and tons of cheese.

Mexican Night Old El Paso

Everyone served themselves and the table was quiet… which of course means a good meal. Oh and in case you were wondering, even the kids loved it. I thought we would have extra for lunch the next day, but boy was I wrong! HA!

Clean up

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