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LOVE it! This is a great chimichanga recipe!! I pan fried the chimichangas for 1 minute on each side to warm up the tortillas before putting them into the oven. Did everything else exactly according to this recipe. Absolutely wonderful!
These were great!! Loved the chicken filling. I added cilantro and garlic powder to the filling and my tortillas were smaller so I rolled them instead of folded. Baked 25 min @ 400 and they were great. Topped with additional salsa, sour cream and chopped lettuce. Great recipe will be making again!!
This is a wonderful recipe! I was having a hard time believing such a simple, easy recipe could be as good as the reviews made it out to be but these chimichangas were so delicious!! I was so certain my picky six year old wouldn't like it but he devoured one by himself! My husband and I couldn't believe it. We often have left over chicken around the house so we'll be having this for dinner quite often. Thank you!
I loved these! Thought they were easy to make and tasted great. I used whole wheat tortilla's and brushed them with olive oil.
I have to admit, I was really skeptical about this recipe and all the 5-star ratings it had received. But I decided to make this (my sister made it, actually) because it seemed easy and cheap. Well, let me tell you, one bite and I knew it was a keeper!
We had about 3-4 cups of cooked shredded chicken, so my sister doubled the rest of the ingredients. We didn't change anything else about the recipe, except for doubling it, of course.
I have to tell you...These are fabulous! Instead of a wrap, I served it with homemade Flatbread (recipe from food.com) I will be making these quite often. Thanks for sharing :)
I have made this over and over, but never rated. I love these. They are a perfect work night meal. I use leftover chicken, turkey, or even cornish hens. I sometimes top with a pepperjack cheese sauce, which kicks them up a bit. I too use olive oil instead of margarine.
These are delicous. I love that they are fast and easy and still tasty. I was hesitant about cooking them in the oven rather than frying but was shocked to find that they still came out crispy and flaky! I too added salt, pepper and garlic powder to the mixture. Thank you so much for sharing!!
This made a restaurant quality meal that my whole family loved. It taste just like something we would get from our local Mexican restaurant. I pared it with Spanish Rice, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, guacamole and refried beans. Thanks for a great recipe Miss Annie.
These tasted pretty good. The only downside is that I doubled the recipe and just barely got 10 chimichangas and I felt like I wasn't putting much chicken mixture in the chimichangas at all..