Very good recipe, and one of the best features of this recipe is its flexibility. I agree with the others that you'd best back way off on the ranch dressing mix or taco seasoning. You don't need it at all, so add it sparingly, or taste as you go. You can add any or all of the following with great results: small can of chopped olives (or perhaps half a can), small can of diced green chiles, a tablespoon or so diced jalapenos, 2-4 green onions. A few reviewers seem to have missed the step about chilling in the refrigerator before serving. You have to do this in order to firm up the rolls, as well as allowing the flavors to marry. Give them several hours at least, but not too long or the tortillas can get soggy. It's a critical step. Don't mess with the low fat versions, especially if taking it to a party. People trying to lose weight aren't going to be scarfing these down and do you really want to run around the party telling people how the dish you brought is "low fat and healthy"?
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Very good recipe, and one of the best features of this recipe is its flexibility. I agree...