Sunday, May 30, 2010

Chicken Taquitos















Chicken taquitos, stuffed with Crockpot Chicken and a sprinkle of cheese, rolled and sprayed with cooking spray and baked at 425'F for about 15-20 minutes until crisp and golden brown.  Dip in homemade guacamole.  My hubby whipped up some tasty cabbage slaw on the side!

*edited to add: Another method is to mix the re-fried beans with the chicken mixture and wrap it all inside your tortilla.  Mmmm  This works great with corn tortillas as well.  We warm them on a flat grill pan with a spot of oil in it to soften them before rolling.

2 comments:

Christine said...

Cabbage slaw? What does that entail? I do NOT like coleslaw - I've just never tasted one that tasted good... It's always too "mayonaisey"... What do you put in your slaw?

Hugs,
The Bellow Family

Mama said...

We just use a light vinaigrette, we don't care for mayo either. This one J used Champagne vinaigrette and some fresh ground pepper. It's green cabbage, English cucumbers, red bell peppers and shredded carrots!

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