3 oz Cream Cheese
1/2 c Ranch Dressing
2 tb Fiesta Ranch Dressing Mix (this is my all time favorite)
8 strips Bacon/chopped
1/2 c diced onions ( I used dried onions, rehydrated in water/drained, then added, because of the size of the dice)
2 1/4 oz Black Olives, sliced/drained
2 oz diced Pimentos/drained
1/2 c diced jalapeno peppers/drained
8 Flour Tortillas/10 inch
16 slices Ham/deli
16 slices Turkey/deli
16 slices Roast Beef/deli
8 oz shredded Cheddar Cheese
1) Let the Cream cheese soften and place in a med. bowl. Add the liquid dressing and the mix dressing, use a mixer till well blended. Set aside.
2) In another bowl, add the drained and diced items, mix with your hands to get the best results. Set aside. ( I use rubber gloves all the time to really mix all my recipes because then I can really tell if it's done for the best results.)
3) Lay out a tortilla, spread 3/4's of it with the spread, leaving the end you are rolling to, plain, so that when you roll up to it, nothing squishes out.
4) Lay out 2 slices of each meat on the spread, top with a scoop of the diced mixture, close to the 1/4 edge of your tortilla/spread, then cheese, then start the folding and rolling.
Fold in the sides, just enough to hold filling in, then slowly, start rolling up, toward the plain end. As you get closer, the top with start to fan out, so fold the sides in more, and keep rolling. After a few, you will get the hang of it, and it will be tight.
Place on tray, seam side down, cover, refrigerate, to enhance the flavors. You may want to wrap, individually, for lunches, etc.
Hope the pictures help.
|This is what the spread will look like. Orangy, not peanut butter looking. Nice consistency for spreading.|
|This is what the filling looks like, after using..... the Hands.|
|Add a dollop of your spread, and spread over 3/4's of your tortilla.|
|Fold in the sides|
|Start rolling. Notice how it starts to fan out? That's when your start folding in the sides a little more.|
Now, do you think you can do this?
Go shopping today, and have for the weekend.