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Old El Paso..Mexi Night at Meg's House...Holla!

Tonight was the perfect night for me to try the new Old El Paso frozen entrees they've come out with.

It was just me & Cheeks.  I reheated some angel hair pasta for him (with butter & cheese, thank you) & for me I broke out some new frozen Old El Paso Chicken Quesadillas.

They look yummy, no?
The box states meal for two.
Sure, if you aren't Bobster or a 15yo teenage boy.

It was just me so I took one out.
Viola!

Serving size is 2 of these.
I only took one out because I wasn't that hungry.  Imagine that...I know...it's a fluke!

I then took a gander at the directions and saw it was only for the microwave.  Meh, I actually prefer oven cooking because 9 times out of 10 when you cook in a microwave it doesn't come out very pretty.  Timing was 2 mins 15 secs.  Turned it on, it beeped & again...Viola!

I was spot on with what I said it would like coming out of the microwave.

Despite it's appearance, it was really good. 
The cheese was nice and gooey.
All the flavors blended nicely and it wasn't overly spicy.

I thought about going back for a second one but I decided against it.  Want to keep my girlish figure!

These quesadillas will definitely make it in my cart again when I go food shopping.
Albeit for lunch, not dinner.  I think they are perfect for lunch at work.  Quick cooking and tastes great.

Tell me, what Old El Paso item is your fav?

*Disclaimer: I received coupons for free product from Plateful.com.  All opinions are 100% mine





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