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I used some leftover shredded roast beef I had in the freezer, added some diced green chilies, a touch of garlic, chili powder and cumin and served as you suggested with guacamole. Wonderful and very easy recipe. Thank you Tarynne

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Karen From Colorado May 06, 2002

Kids that wouldn't touch dinner the night before ate it re-wrapped as a taquito. First time having "fried food" for the toddlers. Put broccoli, a little cheese, garlic salt, onion powder and left over chicken inside. Also used Tumaro's Law carb Multigrain 94% fat free tortillas. Thanks!

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The Amaze-Ing Me March 18, 2009

THANK YOU so much for posting this recipe.Taquitos is one of my favorites,and to buy them at the deli is $.99 a piece! I have been getting frozen,but they're not the best.I love this recipe,i added red chili flakes for a little heat without changing the flavor,I also did chicken like this from canned and leftover chicken.THANK YOU!

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STARTERWIFE July 23, 2007

I absolutely LOVE these crispy little things....I used leftover roast,and added some garlic salt and Cumin to the meat.But otherwise used your exact recipe.they Are wonderful, Thanks for this recipe.Darlene

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Darlene Summers September 16, 2005

This is exactly how I make mine, except I cook an inexpensive cut of meat in the crockpot all day, shread and use the meat and then I have leftover gravy to to freeze for another dish. Wonderful!

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Dawnab November 08, 2004
No-Fuss Taquitos