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|Calories110Calories from Fat35|
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|Calories from Fat35|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Henry M. 15 days ago
It was delicious and super easy. Will repeat tomorrow
Heather 3 months ago
We used a fajita chicken I had in the freezer... turned out very well! Trying it again tonight with some leftover chicken breast... we shall see if it’s as good.
Cassie Dixon 3 months ago
soooo easy and delicious.
Deanna 4 months ago
These were great and super easy.
Jennifer Warsaw 6 months ago
New family favorite and so easy to make!
Jim S. 6 months ago
great will make again put some spanish paprika on outside of shell
Ryan Furth 7 months ago
It turned out really good. I modified it a bit by adding sauteed red pepper and onion. I'm definitely going to make these again.
Sam Rosiek 7 months ago
Very good and pretty easy. Next time I will use only white corn tortillas as the yellow corn ones were chewy. Used rotisserie chicken and added lots of toppings
Nicole Margaret 8 months ago
These were great. Amended the reciepe a bit and almost doubled all the spices as well as subbed garlic salt for the garlic powder.
Linda P. 8 months ago
So yummy! Followed the recipe exactly and it was perfect.
Whitney Byers 9 months ago
I used flour tortillas instead of corn due to family's preference. They were delicious! Even the kids enjoyed them!
Broze 10 months ago
quick and easy. tasted great and ate them all!!!
Kristi Dagdagan 10 months ago
I’ve made this recipe a bunch of times now. I love fried food but I hate frying! So scary! So I looked for a baked taquito recipe and found this one. I use it whenever we have leftover meats - chicken, beef, pork - and adapt it to whatever amount there is. My kids love it! We add a can of green chiles, diced garlic, and diced onion to the meat. I tried freezing them once but they ate them so quickly there was almost no point. I made them again today and forgot to salt and season the mixture before I rolled the taquitos so I just brushed the food with a little olive oil (we never have nonstick spray) and mixed a bunch of salt with some smoked paprika and ground cumin and sprinkled on top before baking. Turned out excellently! I got some commercially produced ones before and they gave me the worst upset stomach, so I’m really glad to have found this recipe!
Ebony D. a year ago
Loved it! Healthier version of my favorite taco shop meal.
Kristi Dagdagan a year ago
We didn’t have to bake them for quite as long as what’s noted, but that’s pretty much the only adjustment we made. This recipe is great as is,; the taquitos come out flavorful and delightfully crispy. It’s a great staple to have in your back pocket - leftovers can be frozen and reheated easily, and they keep well. Kids love it!
Deborah Whipple Stephenson a year ago
It turned out delish... I did tweak it bit .... added cream cheese , a little shredded cheese , a little chopped up chipotle's in adobe's sause to spice it up into the shredded chicken mixture ... Yummy
Cheryl Wasilewski 2 years ago
I made mine by making crockpot chicken with taco seasoning and then followed the recipe accordingly to bake. Super Easy, Crunchy and Delicious!
Smithey 2 years ago
Great! My kids and hubby loved it!