Tacos get a twist with Old El Paso - review/giveaway




When I tell the kids that it's taco night, there is a happy moment. Tacos are a big hit in our house. I don't know if it is that they can eat with their hands or make their own dinner, but tacos always bring out the smiles. Personally, there are times when I want our dinner to be different. Don't get me wrong, a good grilled chicken taco with habanero salsa always tastes good, but occasionally we need to get out of the box. 

Old El Paso challenged my family to put a twist on the taco. So here's what my twist on the traditional taco - fish tacos with broccoli slaw. The recipe is super easy. 

First, buy a white flaky fish. Personally, we use tilapia. It is usually easy to find and inexpensive. Pick a marinade for the fish. We have tried a few, but a sundried tomato or a white balsamic has worked best in our house. Let the fish marinate for a couple of hours. 

While the fish is resting, get the other items ready. I like a broccoli slaw or even a kale mix as the crunch for the taco. Every taco needs some crunch. If your kids won't eat these options, lettuce works too. 

Personally, we like to grill the fish. It takes just a few minutes to cook.  If you don't grill, stove top cooking works too. 

Then place all the items on plates for everyone to assemble their tacos. From the soft flour tortillas to a side of refried beans, everyone can add or subtract as they wish. 


What's your twist on the traditional taco?  Old El Paso wants to help you take your taco night to a new level with this prize package. 

What can you win?  Check out this prize package. 
  • Rinse and Chop foldable chopping board
  • Prep & Serve nesting storage bowls
  • Fold-flat grater
  • Old El Paso® Soft Flour Tortillas
  • Old El Paso® Traditional Refried Beans
  • Old El Paso® Taco Seasoning
  • Retail Value: $54

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Disclosure: I received this prize package for myself and to giveaway from MyBlogSpark. All opinions are my own.  

16 comments:

  1. I was all happy until I seen fish! I'd have to leave that part out of this tasty taco.

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  2. We spice our tacos up with guacamole and salsa.

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  3. I use homemade guacamole with my own hot and spicy salsa that I make. It tastes so good.

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  4. We put portabella mushrooms in our tacos as a nice twist!

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  5. our family loves black olives on their tacos

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  6. Homemade salsa from our garden!! Yumm-o

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  7. I mix the sour cream with taco seasoning.

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  8. I make corn, tomato and black bean salsa on mine!

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  9. we add pineapples and soy sauce in the hamburger makes Hawaiian taco

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  10. My husband makes homemade salsa for the tacos

    shelly sawicki lash neuhouser

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  11. I keep it simple with lost of cheese one top!

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  12. i like to use xour cream. thanks

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