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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Baked Chicken Tortillas (Chebureki baked)

Baked Chebureki recipe is super easy and tasty. These can be taken anytime and you will really love to have it.Its like a meat pita pocket.

Ingredients:
22 Uncooked Tortillas
1 lb Ground Chicken
1 large onion
2 eggs
Salt, Coriander, Pepper
4 oz water



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Grind chicken meat or buy any grinded meats you like.
Put in the mixing bowl add salt , pepper, coriander, water and grinded onion. Mix well.

 Mix eggs with the fork.

Brush it all over tortillas.
 Add chicken, thinly spread it on 1 half. Close it press, with fingers or use a fork.


Put tortilla on the greased parchment paper or a baking sheet. Spread egg on top.

Bake for 20-25 min on 325F.    Enjoy!!!




                                                               

27 comments:

  1. Very nice job on this. The color is perfect. My son loves these things.

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  2. Can you use any type of meat?

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  3. I didnt know u put eggs in and out thanks. Tanya linnik

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    1. Yes, eggs works glue.
      Thanks Tanya✿✿✿

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  4. I made those!!! so good + a healthy way!!!! all my family loved it!!!thank you for new ideas!!

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  5. wow baked? amazing will try this asap!!!

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  6. i love how there not cooked on oil so much healthier:)) im making them for dinner tonight thanks hon -alana

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    1. Yes, these are my favorites. It taste so much better baked.
      Enjoy:)))

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  7. Darling these were scrumptious made them last night i loved them and my family too. soo good to eat couple w/out feeling guilty when they are fried. next time i want to try beef and pork its on my to do list! thznks babe for the recipe!!!!!! -Alana

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    1. You are welcome:)))
      My favorites are beef!
      Thank you Alana for commenting✿✿✿
      I really appreciate that:)))))))))

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  8. Is there a vegetarian version of chebureki?

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    1. I never though of a vegetarian version. If I would make it vegetarian I would put sauteed mushrooms, bell peppers, onion, carrots and spices:)

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  9. Hi, I've made these for the second time already with wheat tortilla's not white, but they turn out moist (wet) on the bottom.

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    1. I never used other tortillas for these. Try not adding water:)

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  10. You have gave me some great ideas, I can't wait to serve them up. I would love for you to join our BBQ Block Party-Linky Party on Thursday and share your wonderful recipes.
    http://easylifemealandpartyplanning.blogspot.com/

    Hope to see you there.

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  11. Can I use parchment paper for easy cleanup? thanx
    -alana

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    1. Yes Alana, that's the best thing to do:) I always use parchment paper:)))

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  12. These look fantastic! I always bake mine as well and feel a little less guilty eating them :) Nice to see another fellow Russian blogger! S' Novim Godum

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  13. I have made these again and again my family loves them. Thank you so much for such a simple, well described and delicious recipe.

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    1. You are welcome dear! I am glad to hear that you guys enjoy baked chebureki :)
      Thank you for commenting!!!

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