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These are yummy! I travel for work and this is a meal I can plan for the hubby and kids to make. I use a sundried-tomato flour tortillia and add green chilies to the mix. I cant find velveta cheese shredded, so I just used a mexican blend shredded cheese and it works fine. Thanks for posting!
These were delicous! Like one of the reviews before, I added black olives and sauted peppers and onions. I used shredded chedder instead of velveta. I sprayed the pan with cooking spray and fried them up. I served with sour cream for dipping. I will be making them again!!
YUMMY! These are so good! I used leftover chicken I had instead of the canned chicken but I'm sure it tastes good either way! Another great tasting, quick dinner for the weeknight, or any time! Thanks!
I am so proud I found this recipe! It will be repeated for sure. I did make several changes to use what I had on hand, but stayed within the spirit of the recipe. I poached 4 large, bone in chicken breasts, deboned, and let cool. Dinner was then easy to assemble. To the cooled chicken I added 1/2 of an onion, 1/2 of a green pepper, a small can of black olives, and used cheddar cheese rather than the velvetta. I stirred the cheese in and spooned approx 1/2 cup of the mixture into each tortilla. The package of tortillas were burrito size, but 10 count. I rolled them up tightly and cooked in a skillet until the outsides were crispy. Served with guacomole, salsa, and sour cream. Yum! Thank you for sharing your recipe!
It just doesn't get much easier than this. Wonderful flavor for such a simple meal. I had some left-over chicken in the freezer and used my homemade salsa for this, used a 4 combination of cheese and topped off with sour cream and extra salsa for a really quick dinner last night. Thanks