Recipe by Bibi
"Sour cream, taco seasoning, and shredded Mexican cheese bring south-of-the-border flair to deli turkey in the rapid wraps. The yield will be determined by the number of tortillas you use and the thickness of the slices."
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pico de gallo salsa, drained
6 (8 inch)
shredded Mexican cheese blend
thinly sliced deli turkey breast
These are really good. I used Chile Tomato Flour tortillas ( more for color than anything else) I used my homemade Pico de Gallo which might have been a little more chunky than store bought which worked great - it was also made with a jalapeno, finely diced. The sour cream base is a great counter to the spice - just a nice blend of flavors. I made some of these with turkey, ham and roast beef. They were all great and they are all gone!
I liked this ok. I wouldn't realistically call this a sandwich which is kind of what I wanted out of it. It's really just an appetizer roll up. I didn't have pico de gallo so I used drained salsa. I don't keep pico on hand and I wanted something quick so this is how I would do it if I ever did it again just for logistical reasons, but I bet it would be better with the fresher ingredients. I thought it looked a little soggy so I added maybe 2 ounces of cream cheese. For ease in prep I just mixed the shredded cheese in with the rest of the filling. I used jalapeno cheddar wraps and I think they were 10 or 12 inches, so I only had enough filling for 4. As an appetizer roll up, they were good but not outstanding. I did try one roll up with ham (ran out of turkey) and didn't like it nearly as well. You have to choose your deli meat carefully with this because you don't want anything sweet or super smoky.
This was a huge hit for a weekend at the lake! I made the roll ups and kept them uncut in the fridge in the tin foil. As a snack, I would take out a roll or two, cut it up, and serve. So easy! Everyone asked for the recipe. I even secretly made them healthier with 100 calorie whole wheat tortillas and low fat sour cream and cheese.
Yummy! I used leftover Thanksgiving turkey. My teenagers loved this!
I missed the instructions to drain the salsa so my sour cream mixture was very runny. I had guests coming over and needed to get these made. I had a package of cream cheese, added it to the mixture and increased the taco seasoning to a total of 4 tablespoons. This thickened up the mixture nicely. I finished making as directed and they were a huge hit. I used low fat sour cream and cream cheese. I will definitely be making these again.
Excellent! Thanks for a delicious recipe, Bibi. These definitely don't last long. I garnished with some cilantro for a little extra somethin' somethin' :)
Brought these to a gathering and they were the first to be all gone. So easy to make too!
I was looking for a potluck recipe for my teen daughter to bring to a New Year's Eve party. Came across this. It was easy, didn't have to stay warm, tasted yummy! I followed the recipe exactly. The only thing I would do different is I would probably make 1 1/2 times the sour cream mixture or add another 1/3 cup of sour cream to the already existing mixture. I used spinach and sun dried tomato tortillas for color and flavor.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Taco Turkey Wraps
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 25
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