A fast and healthier way to serve Chimichangas than the traditional deep fried. These are very good, and you may dress them up to you own preference. I like to serve with green chile sauce sometimes instead of the picante sauce.
This recipe comes from the Luby's 50th Anniversary Cookbook. It suggests for a different meatloaf to tope it off with barbecue sauce. The leftovers make a good sandwich! I have not made this meat loaf in my kitchen, but I have eaten it at Luby's, and it is very good. The prep time is a guesstimate!
For a request from Southern Living, January edition. Submitted by Willie Monroe, Homewood, Alabama. Prep time does not include making toppings. The nutrition facts includes all of the topping ingredients.
Not my Granny, she was too busy shopping at Bloomingdale's! If we ever do find the Granny that invented this soup we want to adopt her, this is super comfort food, very popular during the winter in our house.
This is an easy never fail recipe. You don't even use a rolling pin! Change it to suit the meal you are serving them with - add 2 tbsp parmesan cheese and a bit of basil & oregano, try 1 tsp grated orange peel, or just before baking sprinkle the top with cinnamon & sugar Use your own imagination
My wife really likes these. Several times a year she volunteers me to make them for potlucks and such at her place of employment. Sometimes, as I lay awake at night, I think these enchiladas may be what finally convinced her to marry me. (WARNING: If you don't like cheese,or if you're afraid of a little thing like a clogged artery, these are not for you).