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Family Matters: Quick ‘n’ Easy Party Rollups


Quick ‘n’ Easy Party RollupsI had never made tortilla rollups before but needed some type of “finger food” that was quick and easy for a party recently. After looking over several recipes, I finally decided to make my own based on other recipes but with things my family would eat. Try this recipe, and make it your own by adding your favorites!

Quick ‘n’ Easy Party Rollups

Ingredients:
1 pkg  cream cheese
3/4 cup sour cream
1 can Rotel, drained
3/4 small can black olives, diced
1/2 small can green chilies, chopped
1 (8 oz) pkg Colby Jack cheese, finely shredded
1 large can white chunk chicken breast, drained and pulled apart
black pepper
Morton Nature’s Seasons Seasoning Blend
1 pkg large flour tortillas

Directions:
Mix items in the order listed. Spread on tortillas (leave about 1/2 inch around with no mixture); roll them up and wrap in plastic wrap. Place in refrigerator for 1 hour; remove. Slice in 1 inch diameter pieces, and plate for the party. If you are not ready to eat immediately, you will need to refrigerate until ready. Do not refrigerate for more than 3 hours because that may cause tortillas to get a little moist. Other added suggestions include pimentos, chopped nuts, green olives, jalapeños, green onions, pickle relish (sweet or dill), hot pepper cheese, etc.

Serves 10

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As you plan for parties for New Year’s, big football games, church gatherings or special holidays coming up, figure out what you like and give this recipe a try. Make several varieties, and see which everyone likes the best. Count your blessings daily, and give thanks for time with your family and friends!


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