Tortilla Rollups

I have this thing about food bloggers: I love them.  I want to be them.  But I’m not very good in the kitchen.  So I’m not them.  I talk about random crap instead.  Fantastic, no?

If you think about it, it’s a brilliant idea.  Being a food blogger, that is.

  1. You pick a subject.
  2. You take pictures of the subject.
  3. You blog about the subject.
  4. You eat the subject.  G-E-N-I-U-S!

So today I’m playing food blogger.  Not that I am one.  But I wanted to eat my subject.

I chose a very simple yet very yummy subject: Tortilla Rollups.  They’re so easy to make that not even Uncle Eddie could mess this one up.  For reals.  As the food-blogger-wanna-be, I say make these for your next holiday get together.

Tortilla Rollups

Tortilla Rollups
– 12 flour tortillas
– 8oz cream cheese (softened)
– 1 cup sour cream
– 1 4oz can of green chiles
– 1 cup of salsa
– 12oz of shredded cheddar cheese
– some chopped red bell pepper and green onion
1. Put everything but the tortillas [and the kitchen sink] in a bowl and mix well.
2. Spread onto tortillas and roll up them suckers.
3. Refrigerate overnight.
4. Slice into bite-size pieces and plate.
5. Watch your friends devour them and think they’re store-bought.

~ by shutterboo on December 21, 2009.

3 Responses to “Tortilla Rollups”

  1. I’ll make a deal with you. You be a food blogger for a day and I’ll be a photo blogger. Sound good?
    ps. You were meant to be a food blogger! the rollups and the cookies look a-mazing. I wasn’t hungry until I read both of those posts.

  2. honey, that doesn’t matter. that part of it is just as hard. trust me. i can’t decorate for you know what. i can barely bake a cookie. shh…dont’ ever tell anyone.

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