very nice, tasty and attractive
Using whole wheat tortillas we had these as appetizers when the neighbors came over to visit. Everyone enjoyed them very much and my friend asked me for the recipe! She said she can't wait to make them, and I look forward to making them again to munch on myself!
This was such a lovely finger food. I used whole wheat tortillas and low fat cream cheese. The salsa was a great addition to these as well. This dish was so colorful and fun to eat! Great recipe I plan on making for many parties and get togethers to come!
These are beautiful to look at and great to eat. They go together pretty easily. The flavors of the tortilla wheels and the pineapple salsa go really well together. Thanks for posting!
These are the BOMB!!! I can't wait to make them for a dinner party. Thanks, Engrossed. (:
I made these after a long, hard day and really enjoyed them. My DH liked them too! I used a jalapeno pepper. Actually I halved the amount of pepper and that was just right for me. Thanks!
I served these to friends and the reaction was wonderful. I had 3 requests for the recipe (from a group of 4) and lots of sad looks when they were gone. I thought they were just excellent, I made them just as written and I can't see that any changes are needed. Thanks for the great recipe!
Great appetizer and very colorful. I used the large burrito sized tortillas, so increased the cream cheese to 8 ounces which seemed to be about right to cover the tortillas. These were gooey and crunchy and the fruit salsa was very good. Thanks Engrossed for a pretty and tasty appetizer.
Making this recipe was a big step for me, as I usually shy away from anything that says 'chili pepper' or 'cayenne pepper!' However, I'm certainly glad I didn't let this one slip by ~ This is an OUTSTANDING recipe for any occasion! I did tweek things a little, however, but not to the detrement of the final product. I used half a red bell pepper & half a yellow one, both green chili pepper were SMALL, & finally I used only the SMALLEST amount of cayenne pepper, just enough so that I could say that I used it! Anyway, the resulting appetizer was fantastic, & the raves from my guests were unrelenting! Oh, yes, one final thing ~ I cut each tortilla roll into 10 pieces, ending up with 40 'wheels' & figured 2 per serving. Using those figures, the calories per serving would be about 111! However it is figured, your recipe was great, & I thank you much for sharing it!