By Kozmic Blues on November 01, 2003
Photo by berry271
Photo by berry271
"These appetizers really look and taste great! And they're really simple to make as well. The recipe can easily be doubled or tripled depending on how big a crowd your are making it for. Try using both green and red tortillas for a nice colorful platter. Cook time is for the filling's chill time."
Serving Size: 1 (613 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Use the lavash bread, it is so much nicer to roll up and then you don't have the funny tortilla ends to deal with. I doubled the amount of filling and spread over five lavash breads. Got about 8 pinwheels out of each. I was really happy with how these turned out. Great party food. Easy to prep ahead, and no last minute heating necessary."
"I've made these a few times now and every time I do they get rave reviews!! I always make at least 2 batches because these go fast! Thanks for the recipe!!"
"This was good and definately satisfied a craving I was having! Thanks! Made for the I Reccomend Tag."
"Tasty and very easy to make. I think next time I may try a little bacon in them. Thanks for posting!! Will make again."
"Great recipe, reminds me of the baja rolls served at Wahoo's Fish Taco in California. I add shredded rotisserie chicken on the spinach before rolling."
"MMM....Delicious and really pretty. I used sun dried tomato wraps and these turned out really well. Served them at a baby shower I hosted last weekend and then made an extra batch for some friends who came by later. Loved it! Thanks for sharing this recipe!! Will make again."
"Served this at a baby shower. Yummy and easy, one for the keeper file! (I could not stop scarfing them...)"
"Great little appetizer and it went over well at a potluck. I made 2 double recipes, using light and fat free versions of cream cheese. I went light on the cumin since it was so pungent but next time will use a full dose. The salsa and cilantro add really nice flavor. I used spinach, tomato basil and chipotle pepper tortillas. Next time I will serve this as a dip with chips or pita instead of preparing the tortillas."