Recipe by Jill Bolto
"An easy light snack or supper dish. A mixture of tuna, sweet chili sauce and spring onions wrapped up in a layer of light cream cheese on tortilla (wraps)."
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2 (6 ounce) cans
sweet chili sauce
green onions, chopped
6 (12 inch)
1 (8 ounce) package
The only problem I felt these had was the need for a great deal more chili sauce, I added to taste. I also added shredded carrot and sesame seeds to mine.
The kids hated it... I liked the flavors of the tuna and chili sauce with the cream cheese, but I didn't like them with tortillas. Using chili sauce with tuna is a good idea for future recipes, though.
This was a good recipe. I altered it a bit using 2/3 cup of chili instead of 2/3 tablespoon. It was a hit. The advantage is freezing. Serve anytime you have company over as an appetizer. The chili / tuna combo is delicious. I made my chili sauce fresh, an extra benefit. Question though, did everyone here really use 2/3 tablespoon of chili? I upped it because the flavor wasn't disernable. Thanks Jill.
Great to freeze and then take to work!!
I wasn't so sure of these after reading the reviews, but they tasted great! I made them just as written, except that I ate them like a taco instead of cutting them into pinwheels. And no way will this fill six large tortillas. More like six small tortillas.
I think chili and tuna are a bad mix. I would never put onions in tuna. Take away the tuna and this recipie's fine. Or just keep the tuna and take away the chili and this recpie's fine.
Mostly mushy in my opinion. I wouldn't make it again.
This is a pretty good little recipe. It's fast, easy, and yummy. I for sure used more than 2/3 TBS of the chili sauce. It needs some sort of crunch to it though...I think next time I'll add diced up bell peppers or something.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 165
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