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Chimichangas

Chimichangas recipe
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Looking for some Mexican-inspired menu fare? Check out this crispy main that's easy, cheesy and better than your abuela's. Just don’t tell her we said that.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
5/28/2010
I made this on a whim and my family loved it, so I made it again for a large family gathering and it continued to be a hit... I definitely recommend making this!
posted:
5/12/2010
It was OK, but not great. Not enough flavoring in the meat and the fried part of it was not good. I'm thinking maybe rolling them up like an enchilada and baking them with shredded real cheese on top and some taco flavoring and black beans in the meat.
posted:
1/24/2010
I think this recipe is FANTASTIC!! I also add cumin and chili powder. I am trying them in the oven instead of frying them to help the nutritional factor!! Yummy!!
posted:
1/23/2010
My kids loved these. This recipe can easily be made with different spice profiles such as taco flavoring. I will be making this again!
posted:
1/12/2010
mixed cilantro in w/ the sourcream and these were great!
posted:
9/19/2009
AWESOME! Would make for company!
posted:
9/1/2009
Tastes great but is very greasy
posted:
8/4/2009
We loved it!!!!!!
posted:
7/7/2009
This was good! I also seasoned the meat differently to add more flavor - used seasoned salt, chili powder, garlic, and a little onion powder. I fried mine in a little butter in the skillet and then topped with enhilada sauce and cheese. It was good, but I do think it would have been better if I would have fried them in my deep frier, since thats how they are made in restaurants. Using toothpicks works very well for keeping them together.
posted:
6/1/2009
This was so good-my kids loved it!
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