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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!

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DoubleTroubletimes2 August 09, 2008

I have to tell you that, although I have never actually made this recipe, I took your idea and have used it over and over again, whenever I have leftover meat. I just chop it up, mix in some salsa, onions and cheese, roll 'em up and pot them in the oven! My family loves these. I've even served them at a get-together. It is fast, easy and so delicious! Thank you for such a great idea!

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MarlaM August 08, 2008

Love these.

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1Punkydoodle August 07, 2008

WARNING: "hot pocket" hot! you'll want to taste more than the first bite. this is definitely a keeper in my house. i added sauteed onions, green peppers, and chilis to the chicken and it turned out spectacular. chimichangas are my favorite but i hate frying them so i never make them. even with baking them, they are just as good. thanks for the recipe!

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Crystal's Kichen August 07, 2008

We really enjoyed these, too! (It reminded us of our recent trip to Santa Fe!) I've had them in my cookbook, for a while, but just made them, last night. I quadrupled the recipe, as I had lots of leftover chicken. I sprayed them with olive oil, and they were plenty crispy. I also used cilantro, instead of oregano, Mexican blend cheese, instead of cheddar, and green chili sauce (for the salsa). I topped them with a dollop of sour cream and green chilis. Froze the rest, for quick meals. Thanks! Belinda

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Belinda in Austin, TX August 05, 2008

My Texan other half had told me of the joys of Chimichangas and when we saw this recipe we had to try it. Seriously tasty and so nice and easy.Thanks

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manymanyplums August 03, 2008

My family loved the chimichangas. They are always asking when I'm going to make it again. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Sarah6277 August 01, 2008

tht was really good

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bobybaloony July 30, 2008

LOVED this recipe. So easy to make and definetly a healthier alternative. Will be making these again.

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QueenB3143 July 28, 2008

Yum! And so easy, especially if you get a southwest seasoned rotisserie chicken. These were just as good as deep-fried, and actually better since there's very little guilt.

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MaddysMom July 27, 2008
Oven-Fried Chicken Chimichangas