Recipe by Brenda Knox Rhoads
"Make these often - kids and adults alike eat them! Make a double recipe if you have more than 10 or 15 people...they go fast! Serve with toothpicks and salsa."
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2 (8 ounce) packages
cream cheese, softened
green onions, chopped
1 (1 ounce) package
taco seasoning mix
14 (10 inch)
I found a similar recipe like this one that also called for a small can of green chilies and a can of chopped black olives.I tweaked the recipe and everyone loves it.I took a package of chorizo,cooked it and drained as much grease out as possible with several paper towels.Allow it to cool completely before adding it to mixture.The chorizo will give a spicy bite to it.Not too much though.I also add some ground cumin maybe 2 teaspoons.However since I use the chorizo I do not put in a package of taco seasoning.I do put the cumin, tsp garlic powder,tsp salt.Tip:if I have time alloted I prepare the mixture the day before keeping it refrigerated and spread the tortillas the day of serving.Then chill them for at least 2 hours before cutting into 1 inch to 1 1/2inch bites.Just wanted to share my twist on a popular finger-food.
I have made these 3 times now, trying desperately to make them work since they got such great reviews. They taste good, but the presentation is unappealing. Every time I make them, they just lose all shape when I slice them and the filling just oozes out all over the place and they look so messy on the plate that no one ever gives them a chance. I think I'll have to write them off my list.
I have had a similar recipe for years, nice twist to add taco seasoning. I also add thinly sliced deli hm (Black Forest), canned green chilis and sometimes black olives. -- Dan
used too much taco seasoning - not whole packet. Other would be good but add some peppers and green onions
With this recipe, instead of doing the taco seasoning, I put in diced ortega chilis and it is really yummy! They are the hit at the party!
I made these for my sons bday party as appetizers. I had to make them 3 times cause as soon as I put them out, they were gone! Thank you for this recipe! :-)
These are really good! I like to use the spicy taco seasoning and dip them in salsa!
Nothing fancy here, just a quick little snack that takes minutes to make. Used AR's Taco Seasoning 1 instead of the packaged taco seasoning. Fun for kids and great for a buffet table. Keep this one in mind for next year's Super Bowl pig-out! If all adults, I'd add some chopped red jalapeño peppers for a little color and a little kick. Thanks FootballMom.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 231
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