Chicken Roll Ups, Southwestern Style — 8 Comments

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    can I use corn tortillas as I have celiac disease and can not use flour tortillas

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      Hi Julie,

      That may pose a little problem. With flour tortillas it’s possible to close the ends keeping the mix inside.

      However you can try it. They will be similar to a rolled taco style thing. You will have to roll them very tight and some of the cheese and salsa might ooze out. You can check this recipe for a little help. Chicken Taquitos

      Tip: Stuff a piece of chicken in both ends after rolling to act as a “cork” to keep the filling in.

      I’ve never tried these with corn tortillas so I can’t guarantee anything but I think it will work.

      Let me know how they come out if you try it 🙂

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    When you say 1/4 for the peppers and tomato do you mean 1/4 cup?

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      Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for asking. It’s 1/4 of a green pepper or about 1/8 of a cup. You also brought to my attention a typo, thank you so much!
      I went back and looked at the recipe and noticed I only had 1/4 of a tomato, that was wrong. I have corrected that to 2-3 tomatoes or about 1 3/4 cups diced. If you hadn’t asked that would have probably gone unchecked for quite a while so thanks again for bringing it to my attention.
      I hope that answers your question and let me know what you think of them 🙂
      Happy Cooking!

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    I am going to make the chicken tacos tonight. Hope they taste as good as the picture looks

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    Yum! Another delicious recipe. The crust on those rollups/burritos looks wonderful.

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      Thanks Jilley,
      This recipe was inspired by an appetizer I got in a restaurant a while back. Let me know what you think if you try them. I’ll bet you and your daughter would have fun making them together.
      Thanks again, talk to you soon.

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