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These were great. Loved them, so did the BH. I think next time I will ground the chicken rather than have it in small pieces. They kept falling out. We used a hot 5 pepper jelly and it didn't effect the richness of the flavors. I will making this again. Thanks for posting Rhonda *J* ! =^..^=
These are always a huge hit. I always receive requests for the recipe. I make a few modifications to better suit our tastes. I always use grilled chicken, monterey jack instead of cheddar, and flavored tortillas-preferably something jalapeno or southwest.
I made these for a party and they went over really well. everyone loved them. I made them the night before and tasted them then but I think they taste even better the next day.
This recipe is from Janet and Greta Podleski's crazy plates cook book. Yes this is a very tasty recipe. I don't always cut them into pinwheels. I sometimes cut them in half and we eat them as a wrap. My daughter when she was pregnant this was all she would eat. She couldn't get enough of them.
Oh my goodness were these good! I made them the day before I wanted to serve them and wrapped the rolls tightly in saran wrap. I think it helped blend the flavors and made cutting the pinwheels very easy. My little wheels held together really well. I did made one slight change - I used roasted red peppers instead of raw red bell peppers because that is what I had on hand - they were really good and I will be making these again.
I made these for a friends Christmas party. They seemed to go over well. I needed to make a little extra filling to fill my tortillas, but maybe mine were a little bigger than 9 inches (?) I bought the ones called burrito size. And strictly user error, I should have rolled them tighter, as I had gaps in the rolls. I discovered how good red pepper jelly is and would also increase the the amount called for. These make a very tasty and attractive additon to the table.
Served these at a baby shower I hosted last weekend...they were delicious and really quick and easy to make! I couldn't find red pepper jelly, but substituted jalapeno pepper jelly in its place. Thanks for the recipe!
I made this for our annual girls getaway weekend, they were a huge hit ! Everyone loved them, they were the first thing gone (and there was a lot of food!)...they were so popular that I have to make them again this year and everyones asked for the recipe.
I served these at party some time ago and they were well received. I thought they need a bit more red pepper jelly. thanks for sharing
these were wonderful! I made them for a bridal shower over the weekend (and used leftover ingredients to make one for lunch today!!! I get to eat it in about 1/2 an hour..yay!) I used spinach and sundried tomato wraps, colby-jack cheese and jarred roasted red peppers, I also skipped the green onions...Also my 1st time using red pepper jelly....I love it!!!! I wasn't sure if it'd be too hot for some folks, but mixed with the cream cheese, it wasn't hot at all, just gave it a little tang! thanks for a great recipe!