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Grilled Crabmeat Flautas

Yield: 5 Servings
1 roasted tomato sauce,*
8 oz crab meat,**
1/2 c green onions w/tops,sliced
1 T butter (or margarine)
1/2 c dairy sour cream
1/2 c monterey jack cheese,shred
14 oz artichoke hearts,***
10 flour tortillas,****

* See Sowest 2 for recipe. ** Use 1 package of Frozen salad-
style imitation crabmeat, thawed *** Artichoke hearts should be drained and cut into quarters. Use one **** Flour tortillas should be 7 to 8 inches in diameter and be warm. Prepare Roasted Tomato Sauce; set aside. Cook crabmeat and onions in 1 Tbls of margarine over medium heat, stirring frequently, until onions are tender. Mix in cour
cream, cheese and artichoke hearts. Spoon about 13 of a cup of the mixture onto one end of each tortilla. Roll up tightly into a cylinderical shape; secure with wooden picks. Heat 2 Tbls of margarine in 10-inch skilled over medium heat until hot and bubbly.
Cook 3 or 4 flautas in margarine, turning frequently, until golden brown, about 5 minutes. Keep warm in 300 degree F. oven. Repeat with remaining flautas, adding the remaining margarine as needed.
Serve with warm Roasted Tomato Sauce.

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