I'm having another giveaway! Thanks to Old El Paso and MyBlogSpark for providing this football themed gift pack to one of my readers. I was also lucky to receive one of these giftpacks and I can't wait to use it for the Superbowl on February 7th, 2010.
Included in your Old El Paso "Tackle the Taste" Gift Pack are:
Two free cans of Old El Paso Green Chiles, a football-shaped ceramic serving platter, two sets of football-themed plates and cocktail napkins as well as a themed table runner.
See below to fnd out how to qualify for this gift pack.
I have used Old El Paso green chilies for many years. I use it in chili, dips, nachos and many other dishes. I used a can to make this Bean and Beef Enchilada Casserole. This recipe came from a Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook called Every Meal Easy. It was a very good, hearty casserole. The green chiles add that wonderful Mexican flavor to the enchiladas. In addition, the green chiles are also so convenient and easy to use. This casserole has layers of corn tortillas, seasoned beef and beans, a sour cream mixture, enchilada sauce and cheese. (Yummy!)
Click here for the Bean and Beef Enchilada Casserole recipe on the Better Homes and Gardens website.
Old El Paso Green Chiles, which come in 4.5 and 7 oz cans, are a simple way to liven up your go-to favorites. Fat-free and with only 10 calories per serving, Green Chiles are not spicy, but will add a unique flavor to your dishes that the whole crowd will love!
For a chance to win the Old El Paso "Tackle the Taste" Gift Pack, please leave a comment telling me what your favorite recipe is using a can of diced green chiles or tell me what you're planning on serving for Superbowl Sunday.
The deadline to leave a comment is this Saturday, January 23rd at 12 midnight Central Time. I will announce a winner on Sunday, January 24th. Winner will be chosen through Random.org. Giveaway open to residents from U.S. and Canada only. Please leave your email address in your comment if you don't have an email contact on your blog or if you don't have a blog.
Disclosure: Thanks again to Old El Paso which through MyBlogSpark has provided the information, coupon, Green Chiles, prize pack to me and an additional prize pack to one of my readers.
Mom's Cooking Club Lesson: If you want to keep the Bean and Beef Enchilada Casserole on the lighter side, then use lean or extra-lean ground beef, light sour cream and reduced fat cheese.