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 Are San Antonio flautas the same as Cal-Mex taquitos?

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jonjax71

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Are San Antonio flautas the same as Cal-Mex taquitos? Thu, 03/19/09 11:19 AM (permalink)

A good friend of ours has returned from his first sojourn to San Antonio and he raved about the breakfast at Mi Tierra, an eatery landmark of St.  Anthony with a great bar and ambience. He also told us about a couple of regional dishes like breakfast migas and flautas. The way he described flautas,  they sound like a longer version of Cal Mex taquitos, a rolled yellow corn tortilla stuffed with whatever and fried. Is my assumption correct that flautas and taquitos are the same item with a different name?
 
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