By senseicheryl on April 01, 2009
Photo by megs_
Photo by megs_
"Here is another Hungry Girl Recipe: "Roll With It! These li'l Mexican treats are so stuffed, they're almost guaranteed to crack a bit when you bake 'em in the oven -- hence the name "Exploding." De verdad!" Serving Size: 2 taquitos Calories: 197 Fat: 2.5g Sodium: 594mg Carbs: 22.5g Fiber: 3g Sugars: 2g Protein: 20.5g POINTS® value 4*"
Serving Size: 1 (166 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I was afraid that these were going to be plain as I was mixing them up, but I was happily surprised to find that they had a lot of flavor! I used a black bean and corn salsa and fajita seasoning instead of taco seasoning. I wrapped them in egg roll wrappers (trying to use them up) and they worked perfect. Very easy recipe to make and very tasty!!"
"Wow! These turned out great. I made a double recipe for my family of 4 and even my teenage son really liked them. I used green enchilada sauce instead of salsa (a bit less) and regular colby-jack cheese. I also needed to cook them a while longer to get them crisp. My husband was surprised that they were homemade. The tortillas were easy to roll after microwaving in the damp paper towels as directed. Thanks for posting. I'm sure I'll make again!"
"I forgot to rate these. We loved them. I made them for Super Bowl with Refried Bean Soup. YUMMY! Thanks for sharing :P"
"WOW! This is the best Hungry Girl recipe I've tried so far, because it doesn't taste totally different from the original, as a lot of her recipes do. I followed almost exactly, except using my own seasonings instead of taco seasoning, and adding slightly more cheese than called for. (Couldn't help myself! ;)) They were still delish AND healthy. Great snack food to keep around! Thanks for sharing!"
"This is one of my favorite Hungry Girl recipes. Does not taste like diet food at all!!!"
"I can't believe I forgot to review these! They are the perfect little snack I make them frequently whenever I have leftover roast turkey, chicken or beef. I always have salsa in the fridge so it whips up a quick snack. I am not found of corn tortillas so I use whole wheat but otherwise stick to the recipe. FYI these also freeze really well and cook from frozen just adding 5 more minutes to the cooking time. What a great starting point to a lot of snacks."
"these were super easy to make and soooo tastey! :) hubby and i both loved these. mine "exploded" a little more than the ones in troop angel's picture, but they were still delicious! thanks for sharing! i served with Recipe #354993. for a filling 8 point meal."
"These were great! Easy to make and yummy to eat! And they did explode...lol! The only thing I did differently was to use Rotel instead of salsa...it seemed to work out just fine. Thanks for posting! These were great!!"