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These were so good. I had some corn tortillas to use up and this was a great recipe. I just used regular Tabasco, becaus that's what we had. And a whole lot less oil - enough in the pan to kind of roll them over to fry. Made them early in the day, then reheated in the oven. Our guests loved them.
These were so good. They were exactly what I wanted. It's hard to find these without meat in restaurants or grocery stores. They were really easy to make. I added a few splashes of lime juice to the bean mixture and added some cheese on top of the mix before rolling the tortilla up. Microwaving the tortillas first is very helpful with rolling so they don't crack. I could have kept eating these, they had great flavor. Next time I may try to bake them, just so I wont feel as guilty eating them. They make a great snack.
Very good recipe! One piece of advice though. Follow the author's instructions to microwave then fill the corn tortillas. The ones I did this way didn't crack apart and when I got lazy and just filled the rest of them without microwaving those ones I had to end up tossing away because the corn tortillas fell completely apart. Isn't science wonderful! Somehow the microwaving then filling help them stay together. Super good tasting. Will definitely make again. Many many thanks!!!
These were wonderful, however I did add some onion, red bell pepper and chili peppers chopped real tiny. I also baked the taquitos in a 350 oven for 7 minutes or so. Thanks D~ for a great vegetarian recipe.
These were a great snack for our Super Bowl party. It took some practice for me to not overfill the tortillas before rolling, but I eventually got the hang of it and ended up with 16 taquitos. I served them with my Canned Basic Salsa, the guac, and a nacho cheese sauce. Everyone loved them.
Yummmy!! These were very tasty! I dipped mine in Con Queso.
Made this several weeks ago and neglected to review. These are a great quick dinner, and satisfy my need for Mexican food quite well. I just threw together my own guac (avocados, white onions, lime juice, kosher salt) instead of following the recipe for the guac. Also, next time I think I will try baking these to save calories. Thanks for posting.