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Discovery Mexican Fajita Dinner Kit 470g - £1.30 @ Tesco

£1.30 @ Tesco
Not an amazing deal on a TV or an iPod but if you are a fan of Fajitas, this will be of great interest you. Fajita Kits usually set you back about £2.50 - £3.00. This offer from Tesco has them a… Read More
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banned8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Not an amazing deal on a TV or an iPod but if you are a fan of Fajitas, this will be of great interest you.

Fajita Kits usually set you back about £2.50 - £3.00.

This offer from Tesco has them at a mere £1.30 and there is enough there for a small family. I made sure I stocked up, as they have a very long best before date.



Discovery Mexican Fajita Dinner Kit 470g

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Discovery Mexican Fajita Dinner Kit 470g
Product Information
CountryDescriptionStorageUsageAdditional InformationTortillas (320g)
IngredientsNutritionFajita Spice Mix (30g)
IngredientsNutritionMedium Salsa (120g)
IngredientsNutritionProduct Information
Country
UNITED KINGDOM

Description
MORE ADVENTUROUS TASTES.

Imitators beware. Authentic flavours only. For the best tasting fajitas outside of Mexico, just season, sizzle and fill. You bring the meat, we'll add the heat.

This kit contains 8 flour tortillas, fajita spice mix & medium salsa. Just add 450g chicken and stir fry vegetables.

4 PORTIONS.

Each serving (1/8th of pack) contains Calories 136 7%, Sugar 3.1g 3%, Fat 3.2g 5%, Saturates 1.3g 6%, Salt 2.2g 37% of your guideline daily amount.

Suitable for Vegetarians.

There's a real art to making authentic-tasting fajitas. Fortunately we've done the hard part for you. Our Fajita Spice Mix, with its unique blend of herbs and spices, infuses real flavour into the meat. And our soft flour tortillas are made from our own Discovery flour to ensure that they stay soft, delicious and very 'rollable'.

All you have to do is sprinkle the spice mix over the meat and vegetables (we're very generous with our spices so go easy if you don't like it too hot). Heat the pan until very hot, stir-fry the vegetables and then the meat until cooked. Don't worry if your onions and peppers brown at the edges the sweetness this releases will add more flavour. Then warm the tortillas, fill, roll and tuck-in quickly.

There's also an art to eating fajitas, but it usually involves lots of fingers and self-expression so we'll leave that part up to you.

James Beaton, Founder.

Try our accompaniments - Discovery Soured Cream, Discovery Guacamole and Discovery Sliced Red & Green Jalape?eppers to make them even more wonderful!

For more recipe ideas and to join our cookery club visit http://www.discoveryfoods.co.uk

Help us to help Latin American street children.

As we travel throughout Latin America searching for recipes and ingredients we're constantly reminded how fortunate we are when we see young children living on the streets. So we're working with the charity Toybox to help give Latin American children good, shelter, clothes and schooling. Please visit http://www.toyboxcharity.org.uk to see how you can hold a Toybox party, sponsor a child or make a donation.

Tortillas packaged in a protective atmosphere.

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Storage
Tortillas: Cover and refrigerate after opening and use within 4 days. Fajita Spice Mix: After opening place sachet into a suitable container, store at room temperature and use within 2 weeks. Medium Salsa: Refrigerate after opening and use within 4 days.

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Usage
Allergy Advice: Contains Wheat Gluten and Mustard.

Classic Fajitas - 4 Portions.

Ready in 20 mins.

450g boneless chicken, cut into thin strips.

1 Discovery Fajita Kit.

2 tbsp oil.

1 medium onion, sliced.

1 green and 1 red or yellow pepper, sliced.

Coat onion and peppers in 1 tbsp oil. Heat a heavy based frying pan until very hot* and fry onion and peppers for approximately 5 minutes until starting to brown. Remove from the pan and reserve. Coat chicken in remaining oil and fajita spice mix (Tip: use less spice mix for a milder flavour). Reheat the pan until very hot and add chicken. Fry for about 5 minutes until well browned and the meat is cooked. Add onion and peppers and quickly fry until heated through. Serve the sizzling pan at the table with warmed tortillas and let everyone fill their own tortilla - add the salsa, roll up and enjoy!

Tortilla warming instructions.

FRY. MICROWAVE. OVEN.

Remove from the bag and either:

1. Place on a hot, dry frying pan or under the grill for 6 seconds each side.

Or.

2. Microwave at full power (65w) each tortilla for 8 seconds or all together for 45 seconds.

Or.

3. Wrap the tortillas in foil and place in a preheated oven at 180°C/350°F/Gas Mark 4 for 10 minutes.

Top Tips - Discovery know-how.

When cooking fajitas be brave and use more heat than you might be accustomed to.

The pan should be really hot when you add the vegetables and meat so that they sizzle on contact.

Don't worry if some of the onions and peppers go brown at the edges. The sweetness this releases gives greater depth of flavour.
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[mod]#1
Thanks for posting. I love Fajita's
#2
Nice one :roll:
#3
Heat added for giving heat! Well, hot fajita wraps lol. I love these too, can also if you fancy something different, make beef buritos instead. Poor spices and some mince with salsa in the wraps, make parcels and line them up on a oven proof dish, sprinkle with grated cheese or coat with cheese sauce and bake for 10 mins.
#4
These are really nice and well worth stocking up @ price heat!
#5
Discovery is nice, but I prefer the Old El Paso tortillas. Hot regardless.
#6
Enjoyed one of these last night, not enjoying the heart burn right now... still voted hot (I'm a greedy guts)
#7
Soziberry
Heat added for giving heat! Well, hot fajita wraps lol. I love these too, can also if you fancy something different, make beef buritos instead. Poor spices and some mince with salsa in the wraps, make parcels and line them up on a oven proof dish, sprinkle with grated cheese or coat with cheese sauce and bake for 10 mins.


Didn't know you could get poor spices?
Are these imported from poorer countries then?
#8
enchiladas are on offer too - pretty nice imo - i use chicken instead.
hotter than the bright yellow boxed ones (forgot brand) but pretty good also.
#9
Soziberry
Heat added for giving heat! Well, hot fajita wraps lol. I love these too, can also if you fancy something different, make beef buritos instead. Poor spices and some mince with salsa in the wraps, make parcels and line them up on a oven proof dish, sprinkle with grated cheese or coat with cheese sauce and bake for 10 mins.


Try emptying a tin of chopped tomatoes onto burritos before you add the cheese. They taste fantastic that way (although I think technically they may then be enchiladas).
#10
Hot for me.Favourite of mine, Going to stock up, great find.
#11
Hot! Just picked up one along with the Enchilada kit which I discovered is half price too, which I just saw is mentioned above by someone else already. Never tried Enchiladas so cheers
#12
Also worth mentioning Discovery plain flour tortilla wraps are at 60pence in tesco - cheaper than bread if you take sandwiches to work!
#13
Just thought i'd mention too sainsbury have these at a similar price and asda have Old El Paso kits 2 for £3. I'm well stocked up now ;-)
#14
Picked up a load the other day, was waiting for a half price deal as had a £5 voucher from a mouldy pack of tortillas they gave me! :thumbsup:
#15
This is a hot deal.

I tend to get the pack of seasoning, buy Tesco (bigger than Discovery) tortillas and make my own salsa with tinned chopped tomatoes.

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