When I first discovered taquitos they were made with ground beef. These days you will find them filled with shredded chicken or beef and pulled pork. While they are all delicious, I find the ground beef taquitos a classic. And the salsa to dip them in is what makes them taste so good. You have to be choosy when picking corn tortillas for wrapping taquitos. They need to be thin and stone ground. If you have soft tortillas they are more likely to tear when rolling and won’t crisp they way they should. Bueno is my brand of choice here in NM. They are stone ground and a larger tortilla which is always a plus in making taquitos. Pan frying the tortillas in oil before rolling them is also key. Never blot the oil from the tortilla, this is what helps create that crisp texture when baking. Taquitos also freeze well, just double or triple the filling and tortillas and have them whenever you want.