Top Rated Taquito Recipes

Bacon Taquitos with Chipotle Aioli
Mention bacon and chipotle in the same breath and the party people will come running into the room. Smoked bacon and ancho and chipotle powders give these finger foods serious kick.
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Bean and cheese taquitos
I wasn't entirely sure if taquitos were authentically Mexican, but it turns out that they are mainly sold there as tacos dorados (and actually if they are made with flour tortillas, they are flautas). This version requires some fry time but they are relatively easy to throw together for an impromptu get-together. Click here to see 8 Quick & Easy Taco Recipes. 
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Chico's Tacos Flautas Recipe
It was more than a decade ago that I fell in love with the flautas at Chico's Tacos in El Paso, Texas. That visit started a craving that was finally, finally sated, in New York City no less. Chico's Tacos were brought back from Texas, special delivery, packaged in Tupperware that was more expensive than the actual tacos, frozen until I could get to them, and finally reconstituted (Thanks, Mom). Eating Chico's Tacos once again did two things. First, it made the need to be able to eat them more consistently a necessity. Second, tasting the original rendition reestablished the flavor profile required to be able to do that. Crispy fried taquitos, covered in thinly shredded cheese, and drenched in red watery sauce — dripping, crunchy, melted cheese-drink-the-sauce flautas goodness. Creating a recipe for a renowned dish is tricky. You can theorize, you can do trial and error, or you can do what was done here: Look to see what's out there already. There's no official site for Chico's Tacos and, as far as anyone can seem to tell, no officlal recipe out there for how to best make these signature tacos. The two most prominent recipes out there are by The Stanton Magazine and Mexican American Border Cooking. They provide some really insightful guidance on different possible approaches to a successful dish. This recipe uses a home fryer and fresh ingredients for all components for a rendition that looks and tastes pretty close to the original. Oh, and don't forget the toothpicks. You need them to keep the taquitos closed when frying them. (If anyone knows a better way, please chime in.)  
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Carnitas Taquitos
Tender, pork-filled carnitas are perfect when topped with a spicy salsa like in this recipe from chef Akhtar Nawab. 
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Vegan Tomatillo Taquitos
All the crunch, stuffed with cheese and potatoes and topped with tangy tomatillos — you’ll want this morning, noon, and night! Who says you can’t have "tacos" for every meal? So much fun for the whole family!See all taquito recipes.Click here to see Healthy Recipes for Cinco de Mayo.
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Add a flavor of Mexican with this Chicken Taquitos Recipe that will spice up your plate.
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Steve_G
Taquito recipe off the net in response to a duscussion forum request
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www.epicurean.com
Cook beef in skillet and drain. Mix in taco seasoning, beans, cheese, and chilies. Place a generous teaspoon of mixture on center of wonton skin. fold sides over forming an envelope. Moisten points and press to seal. Fry a few at a time in hot oil ...
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HeidiS
Smoked cheese and green salsa give these crispy chicken taquitos that extra yum!
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AZPARZYCH
This was in an issue of Sandra Lee's Semi-Homemade magazine. Quick way to dress up frozen taquitos into a meal.
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Melissa Williams, Cooking Light MAY 2007
Taquito (ta-KEE-toe) means "little taco," and these are a vegetarian delight. They're filled with savory ingredients and then rolled into cigar-shaped bundles. You can prepare and refrigerate the filling the night before; allow it to stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before assembling the taquitos. Use tongs to dip the tortillas into the simmering broth.
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LainieBug
from Cooking Light. You can prepare and refrigerate the filling the night before; allow it to stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before assembling the taquitos.
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