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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Tasty Tuesday ~~ Something Spicy!





I've got a yummy recipe full of awesomeness and Rotel goodness today, straight from the brain of my twin sister Alaine. Enjoy!




















RO*TEL Roll-ups
2 cans crescent rolls
1 block softened cream cheese
1 can MILD or HOT RO*TEL
12 slices cooked bacon
6 slices cheddar cheese (halved)
1 tsp. onion powder
1 tsp. pureed garlic, salt & pepper to taste
 Preheat oven to 350°. Mix cream cheese, RO*TEL, and spices in small bowl. (Can fork-blend or use hand-mixer for creamier consistency). Unroll crescent roll dough on ungreased cookie sheet. Spoon one Tbs. mixture onto center of each crescent. Add crumbled piece of bacon, then top with half a cheese slice. Roll and bake according to can directions.






18 comments:

Stephanie Faris said...

Oh wow, that sounds delicious. And easy to make!

Melissa Marsh said...

I'm not one for spicy foods, but that looks VERY good!

K. Harrington said...

THis looks dangerous!

Analisa said...

You had me at cream cheese. :)

Shigune Matsui said...

Sounds quite tasty indeed. I remembered just last year when I tried my hand at making ingredients for food, but as a moe creative approach, I made the foods up.

Sadly, I stopped doing said thing less than halfway through....

Karen said...

Oh, yummm. That lends itself to all kinds of variations! Thanks

Diane said...

I'd pass on this one, but as my friend the Twillpop would say.... that'll give you "delivery confirmation" with that spiciness!!! :O)

Michelle H. said...

Mmmm... yum!

Jan Rider Newman said...

Crescent rolls and cream cheese -- two of my favorite food groups. This one's a keeper.

Midlife Jobhunter said...

So, how many calories in that little bomb?

Anonymous said...

ol' twin-of-mine is holding out on y'all again. (she's famous for that--givin' up a little somethin', but keepin' the REALLY good stuff for her own self). them roll-ups is the worst of the 3 RO*TEL recipes. there's a shock&awe braed one, and......ta daaaa!--the RO*TEL bloody mary. didn't share that with her wonderful blawger friends, now did she? like i said, she aint all that good when ya really know her. stingy, but seems generous. tsk tsk. ya'll'l (yes, i KNOW that's a fine contraction all y'all yankees?)(and fyi: a yankee is anybody that don't live in the deep south. i'm sure if enough a y'all whine, greedy-gut'll post my coctail recipe.
and speakin of....what time ya think it's ok to have one? dang. it's 91-degrees already.
have a sweat-free kinda day, y'all!
ps: don't whine about the spice, yankees. just TRY it. sheesh.

Anonymous said...

dear midlife:
don't worry 'bout the calories-- juss drank a bloody mary with 'em. (the acid from the mix'll eat up the calories an trans-fat. the spice'll cure ya arthritis, too.)
cheers!
ps: you aint no yankee, are ya?

Anonymous said...

diane, you ARE a yankee--aintcha? and melissa, you're borderline. (and suldawg--don't write. i KNOW you a yank, but you're a honorary Southerner cuz you unnerstand and enjoy our cookin'!)
clink clink!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Glad y'all liked this scrumptuous offering. It's a good recipe to play with and substitute ingredients to your liking!

PS...DON'T LISTEN TO CRAZY TWIN AND HER CRAZY SOUTHERNISMS!

PSS...I DIDN'T INCLUDE THE BLOODY MARY OR BREAD RECIPES BECAUSE I COULDN'T GET THE PHOTOS TO DOWNLOAD! :)

HUGS AND SPICY GOODNESS TO ALL.

Anonymous said...

...ummm, what? like i couldn't sendja a copy of MY pix? (see?greedy-gut's playin' lil' mz innocent. toldj'all.)

JKS said...

There's no cholesterol in those crescents is there? No? Good, I'll have five!

Marguerite said...

Kudos to Alaine for this fabulous recipe! They just look divine, sha, and I would love to see your Bloody Mary recipe, too!! Cheers!

Debbie said...

Yum! I could do that and leave out the bacon and it would still be delish I bet!

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