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csziggy

(34,151 posts)
Fri Dec 23, 2011, 01:29 AM Dec 2011

For whoever suggested totilla roll ups for a potluck - THANK YOU!

I wasn't the one who asked but coincidentally the evening that thread was posted, hubby told me he had to take something to a potluck at work. I made rollups after reading the thread and a bunch of different of recipes for them on Allrecipes.com. And after evaluating what was in my refrigerator.

I ended up with two kinds: Ham and Swiss cheese on sundried and basil tomato tortillas with chive cream cheese. Turkey and Swiss cheese on spinach tortillas with sundried tomato cream cheese. I wanted to add some vegetables, but hubby vetoed all my suggestions. I tried to talk hubby into other kinds of cheese, but he didn't like that idea, either.

The chive cream cheese was just fresh chives cut up (with scissors) into whipped cream cheese. The sundried tomato came from a bottle of sundried tomato spread that I mixed with the cream cheese.

The roll ups looked great, they were easy to put together and I can see making other varieties for other events. Everybody liked them and even if there were leftovers, we wouldn't have minded eating them.

Thank you!

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For whoever suggested totilla roll ups for a potluck - THANK YOU! (Original Post) csziggy Dec 2011 OP
That might have been my suggestion. Lugnut Dec 2011 #1
I just had one of the leftovers for lunch csziggy Dec 2011 #2

Lugnut

(9,791 posts)
1. That might have been my suggestion.
Fri Dec 23, 2011, 02:49 AM
Dec 2011

I'm happy to hear that they were a hit. They do make a nice presentation and are easy to make as well as very tasty.

csziggy

(34,151 posts)
2. I just had one of the leftovers for lunch
Fri Dec 23, 2011, 02:20 PM
Dec 2011

Yum! I do think it could have used something crunchy, but I am not sure what. Lettuce would not hold up but there has to be something that could work.

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