Antojitos

Antojitos created by Veggie Girl Kacey

We had these at Montana's restaurant one day and fell in love with them! But as usual since things are so pricey at restaurant's I just have to find the recipe to make them myself.

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  • Mix the cream cheese, onions and peppers together, spread over tortilla.
  • Sprinkle cheddar over top.
  • Add optional ingredients (chicken) over top.
  • Roll up, and score the top of the roll 6 times.
  • Bake in 375 oven for 4 to 6 minutes.
  • Let cool for a couple minutes and cut each roll into 6 "pinwheels", use sour cream for dipping if you would like.
  • ****the serving and yield size are approximate as I don't actually measure when I make these****.
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"We had these at Montana's restaurant one day and fell in love with them! But as usual since things are so pricey at restaurant's I just have to find the recipe to make them myself."

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  1. ladydrew
    The sour cream dip at Montana's also has pesto in it
  2. Veggie Girl Kacey
    Antojitos Created by Veggie Girl Kacey
  3. Veggie Girl Kacey
    Antojitos Created by Veggie Girl Kacey
  4. Veggie Girl Kacey
    I am so happy to have come across this recipe. They taste quite similar to Montana's appetizer but much less expensive! I will never pay that price again. I didn't have any red pepper so I just used all green pepper. I used large tortillas and made 5 or 6 of these. Honestly I could have made more if I had thinned out the cream cheese mixture a bit more (I love the taste but for the full effect I think I will put less of the mixture on each tortilla next time; personal taste.) My husband and I snacked on these all day while we rearranged the house. Will be making again very soon!
  5. jmelinda
    These are so tasty and easy that I make them every time we have guests now! I like to add diced hot pepper rings to the cream cheese mixture, and I also layer cajun-flavored chicken slices to the wrap after I put the cream cheese mixture on, and then roll and bake as directed. It gives them a little extra zing and makes them filling enough they could be an entree! Thanks for posting :)
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