Though its entrees included taquitos, queso, and beef enchiladas, it was also known for the uniquely named Saltillo Dinner, a three-compartment dinner consisting of two enchiladas (one each beef and cheese), Spanish rice and refried beans.
In 1995 the parent company became Earthgrains and chose to focus on baked goods, selling the El Charrito brand to Don Miguel Mexican Foods, now a part of MegaMex. Edit July 24, 2017: After not finding El Charrito dinners at my store for some weeks, I checked the Hormel Foods Don Miguel website. Apparently El Charrito frozen dinners have been discontinued.
- Don Miguel/El Charrito
- The Earthgrains Company - Company Profile, Information, Business Description, History, Background Information
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