Well, I had to make some modifications based on what ingredients I had on hand, but the end result was delicious. Earlier this week, I made the shredded beef in my slow cooker by sprinkling a packet of dry beefy onion soup mix over the roast and pouring about 1/2c water and 2-3 tablespoons BBQ sauce in with it. 6 hours on low and it was delicious just as it was for sandwiches. For the beans, I made my own refried beans by combining butter, salt, cumin, water, and black beans in a small saucepan and cooking till they turned into paste. I also made a white cheese sauce to top the chimis, by making a basic bechamel sauce and adding white cheddar cheese, salt, pepper, and paprika. These were FANTASTIC. My husband, who is not a fan of Mexican food, loved these when prepared this way. I love crispy chimichangas but usually when I get them in a restaurant, they are full of grease and I get a stomach ache after eating them. These had the same crunch as restaurant style chimis, without the grease. Excellent. Will definitely make again.
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Well, I had to make some modifications based on what ingredients I had on hand, but the end...