My mom made these for almost every party my parents had. They are cheap, easy, and so so good. She just calls them tortilla rollups, but I changed the name for Harry Potter. I went a little extreme in my imagination for naming. I thought, the chilis are sort of like bug guts, the olives look like shell bits, and the onion adds just a little bit of crunch like exoskeleton. Sorry, you probably didn't need to know my throught process..... I told Louis they were addictive before he tried them and his response was, "They are good; I don't know about addictive." But, when we were eating them, he just kept popping them into his mouth without thinking. He took back his previous statement.
3 oz softened cream cheese (light or reg)
3 oz chopped green chilis (canned)
1/4 C chopped black olives (1 small can, drained)
2-3 Tbsp finely minced red onion
flour tortillas (6 6-inch or 3 10-inch)
Combine cream cheese, chilis, olives, and onion. Spread in a thin layer over tortillas. Roll up. Wrap in plastic and refrigerate until service. (1-8 hours)
Slice into about 3/4 inch slices.
Serves 6-8 (or more) in a party setting
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