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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.
15 min
55 min
4 servings
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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.
Very good and very easy. Added some chili powder and cumin. Used fresh oregano. Family loved it.
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.
very easy...i never thought to use toothpicks to hold together!
These are good! I made a few without frying in the oil and just warmed them in the microwave for a bit.....delicious!
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.
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.
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 :)
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!!!
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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