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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:
5/19/2009
Very good! I added chili powder, cumin, taco sauce and tomato sauce to the meat. Next time I am going to also trying adding black beans.
posted:
5/17/2009
Very good and very easy. Added some chili powder and cumin. Used fresh oregano. Family loved it.
posted:
5/12/2009
This was very good and simple to make. I added refried beans and taco seasoning to the meat. I also used shredded colby jack cheese. Instead of frying in 2 cups of oil, I just lightly coated the pan with oil. They came out very good, will make again.
posted:
5/11/2009
very easy...i never thought to use toothpicks to hold together!
posted:
5/8/2009
These are good! I made a few without frying in the oil and just warmed them in the microwave for a bit.....delicious!
posted:
5/7/2009
The basic principle behind this recipe is very good. But it did need some altering. I ended up using the seasoning, but to keep it from being dry as many people advised, I added enchilada sauce and a can of refried beans. I also used real cheese, but it came out awesome. The left overs make an easy lunch too.
posted:
5/6/2009
I didn't like this recipe that much, wasn't much of a taco taste to it. I think that adding the taco seasoning to it would make it better.
posted:
5/6/2009
I don't normally stray from a recipe, but in this case I did and was very happy w/ the results. Omitted the onion, garlic and oregano and used taco seasoning instead. Also, used a shredded Mexican-style cheese. Be sure to heat the tortillas for 10 seconds in the microwave. Also, used a non-stick cooking spray and THEY WERE GREAT. Huge hit w/ the family & REALLY easy :)
posted:
5/5/2009
I have to say these are so very delicious. My husband, my teenage son, my 3 year old daughters and now my 1 year son absolutely love these. However, I did stop frying them. Instead, I melt butter and brush it over the chimichangas and put them in the oven for 25 minutes at 400 degrees. So yummy!!!
posted:
5/4/2009
This was a hit in my house! I had a bit of trouble folding the tortillas though. Next time I will use taco seasoning to give it a little kick and I won't use oil to fry them..I will use Pam, as another user suggested. Overall, a very good dish that I will make again.
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