Onion Roll Appetizers

Onion Roll Appetizers created by LimeandSpoon

These are really easy appetizers that you can make a few days in advance, and bake them the day they are needed. I am not a fan of onions, but these are delicious.

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directions

  • Chop onions.
  • Place in frying pan with butter.
  • Fry for 20 minutes or until onions are limp.
  • Stir in cream cheese and grated swiss cheese.
  • Stir until melts.
  • Spread on tortillas.
  • Roll and refrigerate overnight.
  • To cook: Grease baking sheet.
  • Cut into 1" pieces.
  • Bake, upright, at 375 degrees for 10 minutes or until lightly brown.
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"These are really easy appetizers that you can make a few days in advance, and bake them the day they are needed. I am not a fan of onions, but these are delicious."
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  4. Cantw84heaven
    I made these for a Christmas party. I thought they were going to be great but they weren’t a hit. Not at all. I think the filling may be better used on crescent roll dough or something else other than tortillas. Anyway, I can only hope my husband will like them or they are bound for the garbage.
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  5. topdog ollie
    So good and so easy! These were a big hit at last night's party. I did make some changes: First I used lavash bread. If your market sells it, you should use it. Lavash is a rectangle, so it works better in this type of recipe and it is more flavorful and soft than tortillas.<br/>I also made cheese substitutions. Although these were made to decrease lactose content, I really liked them and will use them: I made one batch by simply substituting shredded colby-jack for swiss. The other batch was made by cutting the cream cheese in half and using goat cheese. Both of these versions were hits.<br/>The last change was that I froze them for a few hours rather than chilling in the fridgr. I also sprinkled a bit of cheese on the top of one batch, to distinguish which ones were filled with the colby. That was a nice improvement. This is going to be a go to recipe for me, due to its simplicity and taste! Thank you for posting the recipe.
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