Texas Original Taco Skillet Sauce
with mild red chile and cumin
Amp up your tacos by adding fresh flavor. All it takes is a pouch of Frontera Taco Skillet Sauce warmed with browned meat or chicken. For a flavor that takes me straight back to my Southwest childhood, I simmer browned ground chuck with the richness of red chile, tomato and spices, wrap it in warm corn tortillas and enjoy some of the best tacos ever.
(February 20, 2014)
Usually a fan of Rick Bayless recipes, but this stuff is just plain awful. Tastes like your are eating mostly corn syrup with a tangy, lingering aftertaste that continues to make you re-experience the awfulness for hours on end. Wondering if it had spoiled, but with all that sugar it probably has a half life of a thousand years. Never, ever again
(August 06, 2013)
Love. Love. Love this sauce! I use two pouches w 3 lbs ground turkey plus add canned black beans, corn, jalepenos, and onion. I use for tacos or as a topping on a salad. I appreciate that most of the sauces are gluten free as well!
(May 26, 2013)
Just tried frontera's Texas Original Taco Skillet Sauce and it was awful. The end product was overly sweet and had tasted like a mix of BBQ and taco sauces. I had to throw out the dinner. I'm shocked that Chef Bayless would associate himself with this product. rnrnThis is the first and last time I will try a frontera product
(August 08, 2012)
We used to make our own sauce for tacos and then we tried this one....delicious. It calls for beef and potatoes, we will never eat tacos without potatoes now! The flavor is really amazing. We probably eat this 3 times a month on top of using a few of the other products monthly!
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