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Barbecued Chicken Burritos

February/March 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006), The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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These burritos are something of a Tex-Mex wonder: tangy barbecue sauce, some roast chicken (or rotisserie chicken) and vegetables, all wrapped up in tortillas. For the best taste, look for a fiery barbecue sauce without added corn syrup.



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"After a long week, I was looking for something easy and healthy (but still delicious!) to make for dinner for my husband and I. I grabbed a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and whole wheat tortillas. Everything else I had at home...
Barbecued Chicken Burritos Recipe

20 Reviews for Barbecued Chicken Burritos

01/04/2010

I tried this recipe last night with Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce and it was delicious! Instead of rotisserie chicken, I cut up and grilled two chicken breasts and it worked very well.
I would definitely make this one again!

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11/11/2009
Anonymous

Great recipe! It's really easy to make and it tastes great. I recommend adding some salsa.

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10/20/2009
Anonymous

My girlfriend and I just whipped up a few of these. They were fun and easy to make together. It makes a lot of food for two, we've got some leftovers. May try the taquito idea posted above. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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09/30/2009

So delicious and so easy to make, we had leftovers a few days in a row and to give it a little change, we made the filling into taquitos and baked them....SO YUMMY!!!

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09/15/2009

I loved this recipe! I did add a little more sour cream than it called for because the bbq sauce I used was very strong and dominated the flavor too much. I would highly recommend this recipe though. I am definitely keeping it on my list of favorites! Very quick and easy to prepare, too!

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