"This is a fun appetizer for those that enjoy flavor and zing. Fresh green onions are wrapped in cream cheese and corned beef slices. It's very easy to make and can be done ahead of time. Served on a colorful flat dish, they are very showy. They make a lovely addition to a spicy or deli-style meal." — Wendy Palmer
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1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
These were delicious. One thing I did change tho was to use deli ham slices and to spread the cream cheese onto the ham and roll the onion up in the ham and slice it into 1" pieces, placing the slices on a Ritz Cracker. Much more manageable for a one bite appetizer.
I tried making these and it turned into a big mess. Getting the cream cheese to spread on the corned beef was a nightmare. If you used too soft a touch it wouldn't spread if you used too hard of a touch it would tear the meat. I ended up chopping up the onions and beef and mixing it into a spread which just wasn't that impressive.
My husbands family eats this every year at Christmas. The Men LOVE IT! The women don't care either way. I've trid them and they taste good but we always use the extra from our cheese ball for the cream cheese mixture.
These are a great appetizer. However I used salami and deli pepperoni on mine. Try it, is is wonderful like that
A "guy" appetizer. They loved it. Women didn't touch it. A great recipe idea
I have made these for years and LOVE them. Including me, all the women in my family go crazy over these!! I like to use thin cut deli ham when I make them. I have taken them to many parties and they are just really great LOOKING as well. I cut the greens of the onions long so that it sticks out about 2 inches from the ham roll, this looks great!! You do have to like onion to eat them, so if you don't or the women in your family dont, you can also use canned asparagus instead of the onion, or you can use dill pickles. Either way they are to die for~~
I have been making a similar one for years and we all love them. I use dried beef instead of the corned beef. The jarred dried beef is just the right size. I spread the Philly cream cheese onto the piece of dried beef and then wrap it around the onion. They do take some time, but worth it.
I wanted to use up some of my green onions. After being recommended to try this by pomplemousse, I decided this would be great to take for myself to my daughter's end of school year picnic. The night prior, I had the munchies and decided to make a few. They were great! Short, simple, and made as is.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Green Onion Wraps
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 107
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