Used to be nice till they changed the recipe probably making it cheaper as with most other items in Tesco these days. Bottom of the enchiladas remains soggy and sticks to the tin while the top burns and dried out. Tesco used to be a step above other supermarkets which is why i shopped there but are now in a race to the bottom!!!
why is this now more expensive than El Paso?? This
why is this now more expensive than El Paso?? This was a good quality reasonably priced meal!!
We used to love these but the portions have shrunk
We used to love these but the portions have shrunk considerably. They used to be packed with filling and really satisfying but now the tortillas are floppy and skinny with about half as much contents. Very disappointing Tesco.
An annoying exercise in food-welding
Even after all the previous comments, when cooked as per instructions the enchilladas still get welded to the surprisingly thick aluminium 'dish', the top surface of the wraps go completely hard and the edges burn slightly. Much of the cooked enchilladas remain stuck irremovably to the tray bottom. A great pity, since this meal-for-two is quite tasty even though the chicken is rather sparse. I've found that if you take the enchiladas out of the supplied aluminium dish and put them on a sheet of aluminium foil on a metal tray, the results are better - less welding occurs. Maybe next time I'll smear some butter over the top and bottom of the enchilladas? Olive oil? Wrinkle the foil to reduce the amount of contact? Any other suggestions? But this all ought to have been worked out ages before in Tesco's pre-release cooking tests!
Made using Thai chicken.
unethical meat and sticks to tray
Totally agree with the other reviews about stickin
Totally agree with the other reviews about sticking to the bottom of the tray and completely gave up trying to scrape half the meal off the base and ending up with a complete mush. I now transfer the enchiladas to one of my own dishes. I space them out so they get really crispy and five minutes before they’re ready I sprinkle some extra cheese, just of the middle of them so the ends still stay crispy, and pour on some extra hot chilli sauce. A quick and tasty meal.
Was going to buy but changed my mind after reading
Was going to buy but changed my mind after reading reviews why not use British chicken I'll make my own
This was disgusting. Do Tesco taste test the actual product cooked as per instructions? The food bakes onto the foil tray so it cannot be taken out without creating a mush which at least made the look of it match the taste.
Not clear it was for 2.
The fact that it’s one indivisible container with contents that aren’t supposed to be reheated; the only mention of it being two portions is in fine print. I have to choose between double portions, wasting food, or reheating something not meant to be reheated. The flavour was nice, which is why it gets 2 stars instead of 1.
Changed for the worse
Used to be one of our favourite Tesco meals but recently the packaging has changed from a plastic tray to aluminium with the result that by following the instructions the enchiladas will be welded to the base of the tray and reduced to their component parts during the chiseling of the removal process.