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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Recipe Round Up - Texas Style Blt Wrap

    This is a variation on one of my all time favorite sandwiches -- the BLT. The thing that makes this so good is you can make it when tomatoes are not in season, because it calls for salsa. This is a very versatile recipe - sometimes I substitute tomatoes for salsa, sometimes I use homemade guacamole instead of store-bought.

    Karen's Texas-Style BLT Wrapper

  • (4) 8-inch flavored wrappers (or wheat tortillas)

  • 4 ounces cream cheese spread

  • 1/2 cup chunky salsa

  • 1 cup shredded romaine lettuce

  • 12 slices cooked bacon

  • 1/2 cup guacamole


Spread each tortilla on one side with some cream cheese; top with salsa and shredded lettuce and spread evenly. Place three slices bacon on each tortilla; top with some guacamole and roll up to serve immediately.

Dorothy of Field Stone Cottage is hosting this month's roundup - so head on over for more great sandwich recipes.


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We are THAT Family said...

Ooooh, yum. I'm a Texas too. I think I can handle this.

"J" said...

I love a BLT! YUM-O this sounds sooooooooooooooo good!

We have been "TRYING" to eat healthy around our house and this is what I've come up with for sandwiches at night for dinner:

Wheat Pita
Fat Free Cream Cheese
Thin sliced Ham or Turkey
Pico (chopped tom, onions, cilantro, line juice and spices)

Toast the wheat pita and stuff all this in! YUM-O! We also eat steamed veggies instead of chips!

Crazy Daisy said...

This sounds amazing! Thanks for sharing!

Misty said...

YUM!!! I'm doing it!

ellen b said...

Yes I'm the one drooling over here. Yum!

Courtney said...

Sounds great. I was born a native Texan, but my husband moved me to Maryland, and now to Oklahoma but I'm still a Texan at heart and this sounds so yummy!

mummymac said...

Sounds great!!

. . . Dallas Meow . . . . >^^< . . . said...

Know what's for dinner Sunday!

Dorothy said...

Thanks for sending this one along to the Round Up, Karen. I know I'll be trying it!