I started seeing this delightful little scoop of heaven on the edge of my plate at a few of the Mexican restaurants around town, so I decided make it at home. This recipe is actually the recipe they use at Chevy's, which I found published in the local paper.
I have included how to make toast points because that's what I like this stuff on. It got it's name from pulling me out of many rough situations when I needed to bring something to some function and had forgotten.
Delicious, easy and EVERYONE loves them! I know there are a few other recipes out there, but these pinwheels are to-die-for! The green salsa and the corn tortillas are the trick. Mmmmmmm.... and I mean it! --Use the amount of ingredients to your liking, you can't go wrong!
I recommend doubling these; your guests will inhale them unless you beat them to it! Easy, delicious and addicting, this recipe was passed onto me by my Aunt Lisa. She served these on Xmas and they were devoured by our family, including my 4 y/o son who I think ate the most of us all.
Had this in TEXAS a couple of years ago! My SIL Kathie turned me on to it!
Sushi without the fish, Nori, and trouble of making it! OK she just had the soy but darn the pickeled ginger is so good! This is so quick and easy!!!!! It'll satisfy that I WANT SUSHI need! I myself can eat one a day!
Next time you carve pumpkins or cook fresh pumpkins don't throw out the pumpkin seeds. They make great snacks that are rich in fiber and kids love them. Purists will want only salt as a seasoning, but if you're feeling adventurous, experiment and have fun with seasoning blends. (From Fabulous Foods)