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El Charrito™ Cheese Enchilada Dinner 11 oz. Box

One serving costs about $16.67

approx. $0.17

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In the mood for dinner? You could try El Charrito™ Cheese Enchilada Dinner 11 oz. Box. This product contains 2 ingredients that the studies we have read suggest could be harmful, including . We recommend choosing products with short ingredient lists, as these tend to be less processed. This product has 97 ingredients. This product contains 380 calories, 11 grams of fat, 11 grams of protein, and 64 grams of carbs per serving. This product is also inexpensive. It usually costs around 17 cents, depending on the store and your location.

97 Ingredients

enchilada: tortilla: corn flour (ground corn, trace of lime), water. filling: water, dehydrated cheese powder (corn syrup, american cheese[milk, culture, salt, enzymes], food starch-modified, whey, partially hydrogenated oil [coconut and/or soybean], salt, butter [milkfat], nonfat milk, buttermilk, disodium phosphate, sodium caseinate, mono & diglycerides, citric acid, sodium stearoyl lactylate, sodium citrate, dipotassium phosphate, natural flavor, natural and artificial colors ([annatto, paprika, fd&c yellow 5, fd&c yellow 6, beta carotene] and carrageenan), cheddar cheese (cultured pasteurized milk, salt, enzymes, and may contain one or more of the following: annatto (cheese color], calcium chloride), modified food starch, contains 2% or less of: dehydrated onion. red chile sauce: water, shortening (beef fat and cottonseed oil, bht added to improve stability), bleached wheat flour enriched (niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), flavorings including paprika, contains 2% or less of: modified food starch, chili powder (chili pepper, salt, spices, garlic powder), dehydrated soy sauce flavor (soy sauce [soy bean, salt, corn syrup], yeast extract and partially hydrogenated soybean oil), salt, beef base (salt, soy sauce [naturally fermented wheat & soybeans, salt, maltodextrin and caramel color], maltodextrin, yeast extract, dextrose, modified food starch, caramel color, dehydrated onion, silicon dioxide, corn oil, natural flavor), lactic acid, guar gum. beans: water, pinto beans, contains 2% or less of: shortening (beef fat and cottonseed oil, bht added to improve stability), flavorings, salt, modified food starch, chili powder (chili pepper, salt, spices, garlic powder). spanish rice: cooked rice (water, rice), tomato paste, bell peppers, contain 2% or less of: flavorings including paprika, modified food starch, salt, dehydrated onion, vegetable oil (canola and/or soybean), sugar and citric acid. topping: imitation cheddar cheese (water, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, casein, modified food starch, salt, sodium aluminum phosphate, sodium citrate, lactic acid, cellulose powder, guar gum, sorbic acid, artificial flavor, artificial color)

This product should be egg free, peanut free, no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, nut free, no artificial ingredients, and gluten free.

Nutritional Information

380k Calories
11g Protein
11g Total Fat
64g Carbs
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