Mexican Discovery Fajita Kits (Review)

We like fajitas in this house. They're easy to cook, provide several of the five a day, relatively healthy and taste incredibly naughty! In these 'Summer' months, they're a light and fun meal befitting the balmy evenings, and we tend to have them once a week or so at the moment.

I was sent one of the new packs from Discovery (original flavour) to help us create the perfect fajitas and while I first thought, "How much can you put into a kit without providing the filling ingredients?" I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the contents. Inside you get a packet of eight really soft and thick flour tortillas, a sachet of salsa and a packet of seasoning mix.


This is where I realised I'd been doing it wrong for all this time, I don't tend to use any seasoning on the soya chunks that I put in and as a result the fajitas don't taste very authentically Mexican. However, I did this time, and while it was a tad spicy, it was very tasty and incredibly more-ish. Which is why I forgot to take a photo of the finished product!

The Discovery Perfect Fajita Kit is available from most supermarkets priced at £3.19. I actually think that's a very reasonable price as I would normally pay £1.50 for wraps which taste nowhere near as nice and fall apart the moment the end is folded. When the pack also includes seasoning and salsa which makes it good value. Would I buy it? Yes!

More information on Discovery is available at where there's a good selection of recipe inspirations too.

I was sent this product for the purpose of this review, my opinion is honest and unbiased.

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  1. says

    I always make them wrong but I love it…i chuck in the chicken and veg into the salsa and cook it like that rather than layering everything. We always buy the Old El Paso ones usually but i think I'd try these!

  2. Jennie @ Edspire says

    Oh my goodness you have reviewed fajitas! My very own speciality! I love mine made with beef chicken or mushrooms as the main ingredient and then add lots of extras including spinach. Deeeee – licious! As my son would say x

  3. Alli Marshall says

    I always use a Nando's sauce when I make fajitas – we load them with chicken & loads of vegetables to.

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