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Chicken flautas, also known as rolled tacos, are tortillas filled with seasoned chicken and deep-fried for a tasty Mexican-inspired appetizer or meal.
Air-fried taquitos are quick and easy to make at home and healthier than deep-fried store-bought ones.
Lightly crisped corn tortillas are stuffed with a zesty chicken and cheese filling.
I did this dish a bit differently. I bought a rotisserie chicken and shredded it. I put the shredded chicken into the frying pan, added just over a 1/4 cup of water and then one package of taco mix. Once mixed I let it cool on a plate and then followed the instructions. I disliked the roux mixture altogether as it gave the chicken a pasty taste so I added more lemon juice to even it out. I rolled the chicken mix onto the tortillas and add diced green chilies on top along with some Tex mex cheese. I baked mine at 375 for 15 minutes, spread some melted butter on top and then browned them for another minute. In the future I will skip the roux altogether, and add more black olives. I served them along side a bowl of homemade salsa verde salsa.
My family liked these flautas. The lemon flavor gave the flautas a tang that lemon lovers would like. I sautéed the onions in the butter and then added the flour. I used a whisk to smooth out the roux. I love to use roasted chicken so the chicken is not too dry. I used two chicken breasts sprinkled some poultry seasoning on the chicken breasts with pats of butter. Then I placed the chicken in a oven proof pan with a lid and baked the chicken for 25-30 minutes. Thanks for sharing your recipe Staria.
In an attempt to recreate the ever elusive date night for the husband and I, I went searching for a flautas recipe that I could style after Chevy's/Rio Bravos appetizer flautas. Umm screw the restaurant, this is delicious! I was pleasantly surprised and now have a way to use up all the extra shredded chicken I always seem to have floating in the fridge. I omitted the black olives because I don't like them, served this drizzled with Chipotle Sour Cream and Jalapeno Jelly for dipping. It was amazing. Sorry Chevy's, you lost 2 customers and your prices were going up anyways. Thank you so much for this simple yet delicious and satisfying recipe!!
I didn't have Paprika so I added 3 generous shots of our favorite hot sauce and one tablespoon of green chiles - they were a hit!
These easy baked chicken flautas are packed with Mexican-inspired flavor that the entire family will enjoy.
Crispy and crunchy, a good flauta is something you're not likely to forget.