By blancpage on March 21, 2008
Photo by kiwidutch
Photo by kiwidutch
"I don't really know what these are called, officially, but it was often part of an appetizer tray. I really loved these though, and could devour an entire plate by myself. :D Sorry the ingredients and serving size are estimated, it's been literally 10 or more years since I've had the pleasure of making and/or eating these wonderful little appetizers, but I wanted to share with the 'Zaar community. This is a really iffy food for me to eat nowadays with IBS, because it's made with beef and cream cheese, although the cream cheese can be substituted with soy cream cheese like Tofutti Better Than Cream Cheese. We used Philadelphia brand back then."
Serving Size: 1 (32 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16
"These are really good! I made mine with light cream cheese and light salami (and without the green onion, since I didn't have any in the house). I bet these would also be great on little rounds of bread or crackers as well. Yum!"
"These are great! The only thing I would suggest is that these appetizers are best eaten cold. If they are allowed to warm up to room temp, the salami becomes greasy and unappetizing. Otherwise, delicious!"
"I chopped my green onion and added it to the cream cheese before rolling them up. I made these with both a hard Italian salami and a regular larger softer one and while both were devoured, I have to say that the softer ones were more popular of the two. Please see my Rating System: 4 lovely stars for a simple and tasty appitizer that I will be happy to make again. Thanks!"
"i enjoyed these very much, making a few just for me. I used thinly sliced hot hungarian salami and I had a little cream cheese left which I spread on 2 slices and spread some goat cheese on another 2 slices putting in the spring onion and rolling. Delicious with a pre-dinner glass of wine. Thank you blancpage for a quick, easy and tasty appy. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game."