Thanks so much to Tyson Foods, Inc. for sponsoring today’s post. I was compensated for my time to write this recipe, but all content and opinions are my own. This BBQ Pork Flauta recipe has spicy cheese, fresh tortillas, tender pork, and tangy BBQ sauce. It’s pretty much everything I could want in a meal!
It is no secret that I love spicy Mexican food, but I can be a little picky. I like my margaritas fresh and don’t have time for low-quality tortillas. That’s why I jumped at the chance to write a recipe using TortillaLand tortillas. Have you seen these guys at Costco? They are like homemade but way easier!
These tortillas made with only five fresh ingredients are uncooked, so you cook them up fresh and hot in your own kitchen. It only takes 60 seconds to cook each tortilla and is pretty fun to watch them puff up as they heat. While I was picking the tortillas up at Costco, I also got Kirkland pulled smoked pork to make this recipe extra easy.
I used habanero jack cheese which is spicier than typical pepper jack cheese. Seriously, y’all. It is SPICY! If you want to turn down the heat a bit, use regular pepper jack instead. I bought a brick of cheese and tossed it in my food processor instead of shredding it. I love that because it takes about a minute to do! Once you have your tortillas cooked and your other ingredients ready, all you have to do is roll, bake, and slice!
These flautas are what I made with TortillaLand tortillas, but I want to see what YOU make. Pick some tortillas up at Costco, and share a photo of how you enjoy them on Instagram. To enter for a chance to win, you MUST tag @wearychef and use hashtags #gotortillaland and #partyfood in your Instagram post. That’s how I will find your entry! If you have questions or don’t use Instagram, just email me your photo to [email protected] On February 19th, 2016 after 9am PST I will pick one winner to receive a $50 Costco gift card! I can’t wait to see your creations!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of TortillaLand. The opinions and text are all mine.