Though the origin of this beloved deep-fried burrito is hotly debated, historians generally concede that the chimichanga was born in Tucson, Arizona sometime between the 1920's and 1950's, influenced by neighboring across-the-border Mexican state, Sonora. Whether it was a burrito accidentally dropped in the fryer, or the product of intentional Tex-Mex reinvention, the chimichanga is as fun to eat as it is to pronounce - so grab your napkins (or bibs). We like cutting them open and serving with salsa and guacamole in the middle.
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