Loved the crispy tortilla. I was generouse with the butter rubbed on it. Wasn't totally satisfied with the inside mixture but it may have been the choice of picante sauce I used. Served with rice and beans. Nice way to use up chicken from the previous nites roasted chicken!
A great way to use up the leftover chicken I had in the fridge! I love the fact that they are oven fried, but they still get nice and crispy... I sprayed my pan with some olive oil before placing the chimichangas in so they wouldn't stick and then sprayed the tops (instead of the margarine). I served them up with lots of sour cream and salsa on the side... Delicious and easy! Thanks for sharing!!!
I made this recipe for dinner, and even my pickiest eaters loved it! These really are the best chicken chimichangas ever. I don't think it can even be improved upon! Thanks, Miss Annie!
Just Excellent! My 7 year old son said that it was so good he'd love to have one in his lunch box at school this year! Now THAT'S a compliment! My only changes were to use reduced fat Mexican cheese instead of cheddar, and instead of brushing with margarine, I sprayed the top with nonstick cooking spray...and I almost let them get TOO crunchy on the edges! I think we would like a little more salsa, and have them a little more wet. Truly delicious, healthy, easy meal that will absolutely be made again! Thanks so much!
My family was surprised that we were having Mexican food at home! I bought cooked chicken breasts at the deli counter and shredded them for the filling - easy! Next time I might add some cilantro and put a little sour cream on the side. I served with refried beans and a salad. Just like going out to eat.
Easy and very flavorful. Came out nice and crispy, a keeper recipe.
Tried these and the whole family enjoyed them. Lots of flavor. Will definately do again.
Oh my gosh, this was so good. I knew my husband and son would love it but I am very picky and not sure if "I" would like it but I thought it was great. My son and husband did love it and ate every single one, I am lucky I got to try the one I did. Will make again, my son has already asked. Thank you
Very tasty! NOTE: In order to make the tortillas pliable enough to roll, you must warm them up first. Use a slightly damp paper towel to wrap approximately 4 tortillas in, and then "nuke" them until they are warm. HINT: I used the spray butter that I had in the fridge to coat the tortillas after rolling them up -- worked just fine. I think I might use some sour cream as a garnish next time (along with the previous suggestions). I will definitely be making this again!