Old El Paso Twist on Tacos – Giveaway

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I’ll admit it, taco night is usually pretty boring around here.  My family isn’t very adventurous when it comes to new flavors, and we stick with the basics.  Ground beef, shredded lettuce, shredded cheese, and some refried beans just for me.

So when Old El Paso® challenged me to put a twist on tacos, I had to think outside the box on something that would make our tacos a little more unique but so that the family would still eat them.

Old El Paso® Taco Seasoning Mix is always a hit in our home, I like how I can manipulate how much we add to our beef since we’re not lovers of hot and spicy.  So when all the standard ingredients were ready on the table,

I pulled out the ‘twist’ for our tacos that evening.  Mango Peach Salsa.

Our teenage daughter enjoyed the ‘twist’ ingredient very much, and thought we should add different flavors of salsa every time we eat tacos now.

It was, if I do say so myself, a much needed punch to the mundane tacos we usually eat. 

You can learn more about Old El Paso® products on their website and find lots of great tasting recipes to give your taco night a twist.

Win It

One reader will win an Old El Paso® Taco Night Prize Pack:

The prize pack includes:

* Rinse & Chop foldable chopping board
* Prep & Serve nesting storage bowls
* Old El Paso® Soft Flour Tortillas
* Old El Paso® Traditional Refried Beans
* Old El Paso® Taco Seasoning

Valid for US residents and addresses only ages 18+. One set of entries per household No purchase necessary to enter. Winner will be randomly selected.By entering the giveaway you agree to the rules here and agree to have your name or likeness announced as a winner.VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.  If winner does not fill out shipping information entry they will have 48 hours to reply to a winning e-mail to claim the prize or an alternate winner will be chosen.

128 thoughts on “Old El Paso Twist on Tacos – Giveaway

  1. Wow! So many great recipes! I'd like to go for the Seven Layer Stand 'N Stuff Tacos first.

  2. OMG! The chocolate covered dream taco looks delicious.
    We usually end up eating taco salads because we are messy mexicans. I also like making Mexican lasagna by layering soft shells, meat, cheese and all the fixens (except lettuce) and baking. Top with sour cream, salsa or guac and eat.

  3. I would like to try the Slow Cooker Chile Chicken Tacos! I love to use my slow cooker on Sundays so that when we get home from church our lunch is ready!!! 🙂

  4. I'd like to try the Jerk Chicken Tacos with Tropical Salsa


  5. I love your daughter's salsa idea! My mom would love that! I love the cheesy egg breakfast tacos. I have never thought to do anything like that!

  6. I think the 7 layer stand and stuff would be a big hit in my house especially with the boys

  7. I'd love to try the Slow Cooker Chile Chicken Tacos recipe.

  8. alway s love old elpaso,,love the soft tacos,love the contest..have a nice and..adios..hope i win

    i better win

  9. I'd like to try their Slow Cook Tex Mex turkey Wrap. I have taco wrap bread ready to go.

  10. Taco Night at our house is our favorite dinner! For something different I will use shredded chicken breast

  11. I'd like to try the Sweet Spiced Peaches and Cream Tacos…we just got a bushel of the best peaches…yum!

  12. I would love to try the Ground Turkey Tacos! I bet Ground Turkey would taste great in a taco.

  13. I would most like to try the Creamy Chicken Chili Enchiladas from the recipes listed.

  14. I would like to try the Cheesy Egg Breakfast Taco recipe.


  15. I want to make the 7-layer bean dip; I always love that at parties. The Southwestern Chicken Layered Salad also looks very good.

  16. I think Tacos as dessert would be great so I would try the Turtle Brownie Dessert Tacos.

  17. I would like to try the Slow Cooker Pineapple Pork Tacos.
    This recipe sounds interesting and unique.

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