These are really great. If you bake them fresh (as opposed to frozen as the recipe says) make sure you only bake them for about 10-15 minutes or they will get too brown. My kids loved these. I thought they were easy to make with great flavor. Will definitely add to our regular meal rotation.
Chicken and Black Bean Taquitos with Adobo Sour Cream
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mgk3ohio Posted: 03/11/10
Claireja Posted: 01/09/09
Didn't like the texture or the taste.
eatingood Posted: 10/18/10
This was super easy & super yummy! I did not make the sour cream portion of the recipe. I used 1/2 whole wheat tortillas & 1/2 corn. After being in the oven for 15 minutes the whole wheat tortilla taquitos were perfect - the corn taquitos were done at about 20 minutes. Delicioso for the kids & nice enough for the adults. Served with Avocado Lime Salad from food . com (verrry good salad).
karenkoon Posted: 12/25/10
Terrible, Terrible.. I believed the reviews and made this for a party. The original recipe is bland and boring. I made a second batch with onions, spices, etc. Using corn tortillas was a disaster. i had to wrap each one in plastic to freeze. Then they fell apart in the oven. The sauce was just hot, no taste.
cjbuddy Posted: 04/18/10
These are very good! As others suggested I sauteed some onion, garlic, chili powder and cumin with the chicken. I also subbed chopped jalapeno peppers for the green chilies so these were mighty spicy! Didn't make the Adobe Sour cream, but served with guacamole, sour cream and salsa. Will make again for sure and would not hesitate to serve as an app for a party. Also I baked right away, so cooked for about 6 minutes then turned and baked for 6 minutes more.
Jen in TX Posted: 10/01/09
These turned out great. I followed advice of cooking chicken w/ onions, garlic, cumin and also some fajita seasoning before adding to food processor. So much better than the frozen appetizers!
macountz Posted: 12/21/09
First I marinated the chicken in lime juice, than because I am GF I used corn shells and they were the hit of the party! I fried them first to hold them together than warmed them in oven at the party.
steponme Posted: 12/27/10
I gave this recipe 4 stars b/c of minor alterations...added salt & pepper to chicken b4 cooking and added 1/2-1 teaspoon of season salt, plus 1/2 -1 teaspoon of onion powder to adobo sour cream. I did everything else as directed; my family loved them.
SMIBinTownCreek Posted: 12/14/10
Despite trying to add additional flavor through the use of typical mexican spices, these came out very bland. I served these at a very large open house and they were found wrapped in napkins by the catering staff. Only flop of the menu. Won't serve again.