4.7 oz box
Limed Corn Flour, Palm Oil, Salt.
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Per 2 Shells: 130 calories; 2.5 g sat (13% DV); 110 mg sodium (5% DV); 0 g total sugars. Gluten free. Produced with genetic engineering. Learn more at ask.generalmills.com. Established 1938. Shells stand up! Made with 3 ingredients. Questions or Comments? Call 1-800-300-8664 Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 5:30 pm CT. Information from the package will be helpful. Old El Paso Consumer relations, PO Box 200, Minneapolis, MN 55440. Visit us at: www.oldelpaso.com for more recipes and inspiration. Learn more at ask.generalmills.com. No more clipping. Box Tops for Education: Scan your receipt. See how at btfe.com.
Oven Directions: Unwrap shells; place on cookie sheet and pull apart slightly. Bake at 325 degrees F for 6 to 7 minutes until crisp. Microwave Directions: Unwrap shells; place on microwavable plate. Fan out, overlapping slightly. Microwave on high 45 seconds until warm. Do not heat taco shells in toaster oven due to possible risk of fire. Seal leftover taco shells in food-storage plastic bag or container. For max crunch, heat 'em up!