Very tasty. I added only two chipotle chiles to the sauce, so it was spicy without being overbearing. I also added avocado to the wraps. Will definitely make again. :)
Absolutely delicious and easy. The sauce is to die for. It can blast the top of your mouth off if you use too much in the rollup, so start off gently. I made it with fresh raspberries. The second time we did this we put sliced avocado in the center, so that it wouldn't get too hot (just because I don't like cooked avocado), and that was a great addition. It would be very adaptable to a variety of fillings.
Loved these rolls. The only thing I will change is to bake next time rather than doing them on the griddle. Love the sauce and will use it on many other dishes.
Oh, yum, what a great meal! I used about 3/4ths of the can of chipotle peppers; the sauce was hot but not overwhelming. Don't forget the scallions - they really are necessary to perfectly balance the flavors. Now I just need to plan what else to use sauce for...
What a sauce! I actually used cherries instead of raspberries, which are not available here. Plenty sauce left overs.
Excellent! Very Spicy! Next time I will elect not to dip into additional sauce but enjoy what I had on the wrap which blended well with all the other ingredients. I will also try the cream cheese because I love the combo of cream cheese with a hot jelly/jam on crackers and this sauce rocks! My DH doubled the recipe using sherry, and kept the adobe sauce. Since you can't really eat alot of the sauce due to the heat I opted to freeze in very small quantities. Will try it on grilled chicken tonight. The sauce was a great hit at my husband's workplace and he had to copy off for 6 of the men who requested the recipe.
These rolls were alright, but the sauce is fantastic. The sauce, at least, is sure to appear around here again. Since the sauce is quite spicy, I elected to serve it entirely on the side to be applied to each individual's taste.
The sauce was fantastic. A little hot, but it was still fantastic.
Awesome. The fact that it's so easy to make is just icing on the cake. I got carried away with putting toppings on the 6" tortillas (smaller than recommended) and couldn't roll them up, so I topped it off with another tortilla, more or less making a quesadilla and enjoyed the "sandwich" that way. Worked beautifully. Next time I'll know that I can add more heat to the sauce because the roll tempers the chile. No way could I deal with a whole can of chipotles. Recommend you add a chile at a time if you have any reservations.
Loved it. I didn't have the chipotles in adobo, so I used ground, and went easy on it so the kids would stay happy. I served with excellent "Apple Carrot Slaw With Ginger Mint Dressing #95436" and it made for an excellent light supper.