Old El Paso Gluten Free Fajita Kit Review and Giveaway

With the weather turning for the better now BBQ season is here. So outdoor eating with friends and family is the known thing to do. We have lots of wet cold weather here in the UK therefore every bit of sun we get we appreciate it. As well as your usual BBQ food like burgers and sausages, we like to do salads and fajitas also. When we were asked to try out the new gluten free fajita kits from Old El Paso, I thought it would be ideal to see what they are like before we get our BBQ out and invite friends around.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free

Smoky BBQ is one if the most popular fajita kit flavours so it was the perfect choice to make a gluten free version. In fact it’s “free from” as well. It does contain soy though, but if you are nut-free, dairy-free, wheat-free or egg-free you are onto a winner. It’s a great kit that can be enjoyed by everyone around the table.

Gluten Free Fajita Kit Contains:

  • 8 Gluten free tapioca, corn and quinoa tortillas
  • Thick ‘n’ Chunky Tomato topping salsa
  • Seasoning mix for BBQ Fajitas

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free


15 minutes to prepare.

Serves 3-4.

To make our fajitas we sliced up an orange and a red pepper and 3 onions.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free

Cooked off 500g of chicken breast strips.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free

Added the peppers and onions to the cooked chicken.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free

Next we added the Smoky BBQ seasoning mix, oh the smell is so lush! It’s not overly spicy as it has a mild rating.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free

Then the ingredients were left to cook through.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free

We warmed up the tortillas in the oven ready for serving, but they can be warmed through in the microwave as well.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free

Overall Thoughts

I was pleasantly surprised at the taste and softness of the gluten free tortillas. They were easy to fold and didn’t break at all. The salsa topping was rich, chunky and full of taste. I believe it added that extra zing to the dish. A very moreish easy to make meal, perfect for Summertime. Great for all types of guests whatever their dietary requirements.

Old El Paso Chicken Fajita Kit - Gluten Free


Available from selected Tescos stores

RRP: £4.49


I have a couple of gluten free smoky BBQ fajita kits to giveaway. You can win one by entering through the gleam widget below here, and have a second chance to win the other by simply RT a tweet over on my twitter profile.

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Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you have enjoyed this review and found it helpful.

*We were given these Gluten Free Smoky BBQ Fajita Kits to review in exchange for this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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47 thoughts on “Old El Paso Gluten Free Fajita Kit Review and Giveaway

  1. Great news they do a gluten free version! I have been missing out on these since going GF. Delicious!

  2. I love salads in the summer, chicken ceaser, spinach, apple and almonds and Waldorf salad are three of my faves!

  3. I really like salads in the summertime! My fiancé’s dad makes gorgeous quiches that I absolutely love too!

  4. I love having a BBQ in the back garden, it tastes so different than cooking the same foods in doors

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