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  • Carbohydrates: 632.0
  • Fats: 44.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 18.0
  • Minerals: 54.0
  • Proteins: 58.0
  • Vitamins: 51.0
  • Water: 21.0


  1. Cook chicken in skillet with a touch of oil
  2. Add bell peppers and salsa
  3. Add spanish rice
  4. Right from the package
  5. And water
  6. Bring it all to a boil
  7. Then let simmer for 15 minutes
  8. Lay out the tortillas and spoon some of the mixture into each one
  9. Sprinkle each with cheddar cheese
  10. Roll each tortilla
  11. 1 side
  12. Both ends
  13. Then the other side
  14. Use a toothpick to hold it closed
  15. Fry each tortilla in a skillet of preheated oil
  16. Set on paper towel to dry
  17. Optionally
  18. Place rolled tortillas in a 350 degree oven for 10 to 15 minutes instead of frying them

Step 11

Total Time in Minute 30

Ingredients Count 8

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Chicken breast

Bell pepper

Picante sauce

Cheddar cheese

Flour tortillas

Spanish rice


Vegetable oil

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