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Box of frozen High Liner Tortilla Crusted Tilapia
Frozen Tortilla Crusted Tilapia from Costco
Plate of cooked Tortilla Crusted Tilapia from Costco

This tortilla crusted tilapia from Costco has become one of our quick, go-to meals when we can't figure out what to eat. We cook it using the conventional oven instructions. The instructions say to cook them at 425 degrees F for 10-13 minutes, but we usually cook it for 14 or 15 minutes so the crust is crispy and the fish never gets mushy. One thing that makes this different than other frozen breaded/crusted fishes I've had is that only one side is crusted. It makes it easier to cook because there's no flipping midway.

The tilapia comes out flaky on the inside and crunchy on the outside. It has a nice and savory, well-seasoned Mexican food taste to it, and it has a little bit of spice, as well. Sometimes I wrap one in a soft flour tortilla and eat it as a fish taco -- and it tastes great that way, too. I really enjoy the taste of these, and I'm reminded how delicious they are every time I have one!

Overall Rating:
Delicious
Food: High Liner: Tortilla Crusted Tilapia
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ
Rating: Delicious

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Package of Isabella's Kitchen Chile Verde Chicken Enchilada from Costco
Isabella's Kitchen Chile Verde Chicken Enchilada Cooked
Slice of Isabella's Kitchen Chile Verde Chicken Enchilada from Costco

We've noticed that Costco stopped carrying Isabella's Chicken Enchilada Bake a while ago and started carrying Isabella's Chile Verde Enchilada, instead, so we decided to try some.

We cooked it using the microwave instructions on the back.

The chile verde enchilada had a very nice and balanced savory green chile taste and aroma. It definitely made me feel like I was eating Mexican food.

The texture of the tortillas with the chicken was also good, however, I didn't like the texture of the cheese. Whenever I got a bit of the cheese, it was like mush and not in a good way. I ended up having to scrape the cheese on the top off to enjoy the enchilada. If the cheese wasn't so mushy, it would have been pretty good.

Overall Rating:
OK
Food: Isabella's Kitchen Chile Verde Chicken Enchilada
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ
Rating: OK

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Box of 365 Everyday Value Beef Taquitos from Whole Foods
365 Everyday Value Beef Taquitos from Whole Foods

My boyfriend's mom had bought us these frozen Beef Taquitos from Whole Foods so we tried some. The beef taquitos were kind of bland, and the tortilla was a little tough. The taquitos had an overall tortilla taste. The inside just tasted like mush; I really couldn't taste much beef flavor.

The good thing about it was that it didn't taste bad.. it just had little taste, which meant it could be made to taste better by adding salsa, guacamole, etc.

Overall Rating:
OK
Food: 365 Everyday Value Beef Taquitos
Source: Whole Foods, Tucson, AZ
Rating: OK

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