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For the past couple of weeks I’ve had my nephew staying with me. Trying to find things a young boy will eat other than fast food has been an adventure. Walmart saved the day again on my grocery run this week. I was able to pick up a few ingredients to make quick chicken salsa flautas.
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Now that we are starting to think about Back to School and how to balance kids, homework, work, family time, etc. it’s time to start looking for quick snack and dinner ideas. These flautas came together so fast.
I loved using Swanson® Premium Chicken because it’s cooked and ready to use and is heart healthy too. The Pace® Salsa gave an added kick to the chicken. Once fried, I paired it with Campbell’s® Condensed Tomato Soup to make it a complete meal. Tomato soup has been a go to lunch for quite some time. I love keeping cans of this soup in my desk for a quick meal.
Flautas have been a family favorite since I was a kid. Growing up, my mom would have this on our dinner rotation frequently. When I first lived away from home, I made flautas for the first time for some good friends in Washington. I totally forgot to drain them after I fried them and they were a greasy mess. I’ve since mastered the paper towel draining process.
These chicken salsa flautas were a hit with the nephew and with just a few ingredients to make them, I will be making them often once school starts up again.
Chicken Salsa Flautas
2 – 4.5 oz cans Swanson® Premium Chicken, drained
1/2 tsp taco seasoning
1/3 c Pace® Chunky Salsa
6 corn tortillas
Place chicken, taco seasoning and salsa in a medium sauté pan. Heat over medium heat for 3-5 minutes, stirring frequently.
In a medium sauté pan, heat about two inches of canola oil. One by one place corn tortillas in oil for a few seconds to make pliable. Drain on a paper towel laden plate.
Divide chicken mixture between the tortillas. Place chicken in the middle of the tortilla then roll tight. Place flautas seam side down in the oil and turn until all side are crispy.
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