Recipe Submitted by Nancy in FL ..|.. Category: Poultry
Combine the chicken with the tomatillo
sauce, heat, and keep warm. Heat a cast iron skillet or griddle to
medium-hot. Lay a tortilla on the hot surface for a few seconds, then turn
and heat the other side. This will make the tortilla pliable enough to
roll in a tight flute. (See Note, below.) The fresher the tortilla, the
Spread 1 heaping tablespoon of the chicken/tomatillo sauce mixture along one side of the tortilla, and roll the tortilla into a flute -- as tightly as possible without tearing the tortilla. Lay the tortilla flute flap down,
and continue filling and rolling the rest of the tortillas.
Heat about an inch of cooking oil in the skillet. The oil should be hot enough to make a few drops of water sizzle when sprinkled into it, or 375F. Carefully lay the flautas, three at a time, in the hot oil, flap side down, and cook until they are golden and crisp. Drain and keep warm until all flautas are cooked.
Garnish with crema or sour cream. On the plate include lettuce, chilled, ripe tomato wedges, and a scoop of guacamole.
Note: An alternative method for softening the tortillas is to dip each one into hot oil (use tongs) just until it becomes limp. Remove at once, drain, and repeat with the remaining tortillas. Don't forget to turn off the heat under the skillet while you fill the tortillas.
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