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Old 02-12-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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Egg, Chorizo, Chicken & Green Chile Taquitos

This recipe comes from my fried FutureMon at DSL Reports forum, a vast forum that has a cooking area as a minor section. (Their site is mainly focused on broadband Internet technical, consumer and support topics.)

Ingredients:

1/2 pound chorizo
5-6 eggs
4-5 boneless chicken filets
green chile salsa
12-18 corn tortilla's (taco size)
peanut oil
garlic powder

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Egg, Chorizo, Chicken & Green Chile Taquitos

I can't quote the method due to copyright constraints, but I've cooked his recipe with a few of my own minor alterations. For one, I used fresh minced garlic (sauteed). It was delicious!

I used Mission (brand) yellow corn tortillas, and I wrapped my tortillas two to each taquito, partially overlapping them to make the taquitos longer. I've done this recipe with either ground chicken or ground turkey, with success.

I served them with my home made guacamole sauce. And sour cream of course!

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Old 02-13-2012, 06:48 AM   #2
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Do you have a recipe for "fried FutureMon"? Those look really interesting!

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Old 02-13-2012, 10:51 AM   #3
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It's his username at DSLR. I feel that it's important to give proper credit to the author of a recipe. BTW I haven't been a member at DSLR for years. I just came across this recipe from my records and realized that I hadn't cooked it in a long time, and remember how good the taquitos were. I hope somebody at DC will be interested enough to try it. I'm sure they'll enjoy the taquitos recipe too.
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Old 02-13-2012, 11:07 AM   #4
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Craig was poking fun at the typo in the OP.
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Old 02-13-2012, 11:19 AM   #5
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Oh yeah, I see I made a typo and left the N out of "friend." Oh well, he was only an online friend anyway.
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Egg, Chorizo, Chicken & Green Chile Taquitos This recipe comes from my fried FutureMon at DSL Reports forum, a vast forum that has a cooking area as a minor section. (Their site is mainly focused on broadband Internet technical, consumer and support topics.) Ingredients: 1/2 pound chorizo 5-6 eggs 4-5 boneless chicken filets green chile salsa 12-18 corn tortilla's (taco size) peanut oil garlic powder Method: [URL="http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r19555175-Monday-s-recipe-thread"]Egg, Chorizo, Chicken & Green Chile Taquitos[/URL] I can't quote the method due to copyright constraints, but I've cooked his recipe with a few of my own minor alterations. For one, I used fresh minced garlic (sauteed). It was delicious! I used Mission (brand) yellow corn tortillas, and I wrapped my tortillas two to each taquito, partially overlapping them to make the taquitos longer. I've done this recipe with either ground chicken or ground turkey, with success. I served them with my home made guacamole sauce. And sour cream of course! :yum: 3 stars 1 reviews
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