Hye Rollers

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I have a little confession to make. I LOVE this little rolled sandwiches. I know! I know! They are soooo fifteen minutes ago. What can I say. The are totally not chic these days but I don’t care. I know you can buy them premade just about everywhere, even Costco. But make no mistake my friends. Those premade versions really don’t measure up to these in the YUM category. Give them a try next time your having friends over to watch football or are going on a family picnic. They’re easy to transport and one bite I think you’ll be just as hooked as I am!\

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Hye Rollers

By September 26, 2010

    Instructions

    1. Wet two clean kitchen towels and ring them out  well. Place lavash between the two towels. Let sit for about 1/2 hour. This moistens the lavash and makes it pliable and ready to stuff and roll.
    2. Meanwhile, mix cream cheese, horseradish, garlic, hot sauce and black pepper.
    3.  Spread cream cheese mixture over the whole moistened lavash. Layer spinach, red onion, cheddar and roast beef leaving 3 inches without filling. Roll tightly. Wrap up the rolled sandwich in one of the moist kitchen towel. Refrigerate for a few hours then slice and serve.
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    38 Responses to Hye Rollers

    1. elra

      Definitely gonna want second for this delicious one.

    2. Gina

      Hi Kathleen,
      I had to laugh, I make dishes all the time that are considered yesterdays news, but I love them too much to quit making them. I love these little sammies. Have a great weekend!
      -Gina-

    3. Sue

      My mother was Armenian and we had lavash all the time:) As you can see, they make great sandwiches!

    4. Monet

      Not only do they taste great…but they look beautiful too! I remember eating these at parties growing up. They were always my favorites. Thank you for sharing!

    5. Susi

      These would be a hit in our home, chic or not :o) Looks delicious!

    6. Kim

      I have never had these gorgeously layered wraps before! Where have I been – LOL? I love all the pretty colors and I can totally see how addictive these must be.

      I'm lovin' that sauce made with cream cheese, horseradish, hot sauce and garlic – that must pack a punch!

    7. Lynda

      Yum, I love these wraps and would eat one anytime. Something so good should not be outdated, just classic!
      Your photo is gorgeous and now I'm wishing I had all of the ingredients on hand to make these. Will go to store tommorrow.

    8. roxan

      I don't think these rolled sandwiches are so 15 minutes ago at all! The look great.

    9. Mimi

      A classic recipe and oh so delicious.
      Mimi

    10. Healthy and Homemade

      ACK!! =( Giving up carbs is so difficult, especially when I look at this amazing sammich! =P

    11. bellini valli

      Macaroni and cheese has become chic at upscale restaurants so yesterdays news is todays foodie fare.

    12. My Carolina Kitchen

      I don't care if food is in or out – I just care how it tastes. A quick question Kathleen. I don't think my grocery store carries lavash. What would you recommend as a substitute?
      Sam

    13. stephchows

      chic or not who cares! if they are tasty I'm in!! And they sure do look tasty! :)

    14. Carolyn

      Are these really passe? Because I think it looks great and as long as it tastes good, who cares if it's in fashion or not! I could easily do this with low carb tortilla and have myself a great sandy!
      Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    15. Chris

      I've never been a trendy guy and don't follow the fad of the day, I just eat what I like….like these jewels.

    16. Raina

      Love this! I bet store-bought roll-ups would not even come close to the delicious flavors in yours. Easy and tasty….sounds great!

    17. Barbara

      I haven't done these in ages. Believe it or not, my clever mother discovered this idea many years ago and I remember searching for lavash (which we found, even back then) to make them with. Hers were delicious, as are yours. Going to see if I can dig up her old recipes…

    18. Rambling Tart

      Mmm, haven't had these before – but they're wonderfully colorful and look so tasty. :-)

    19. kothiyavunu.com

      Nice wonderful recipe..Just love it..Thx for stopping by kothiyavunu and lending to ur lovley space..will catch u with more updates..cheers!!

    20. Reeni

      What's old always becomes new again! These look wonderful – head and tail above anything you can buy these days!

    21. Fathima

      wow… that is a wonderful sandwich… love the colors in it!

    22. mygoodnessblog

      Rolled sandwhiches are passé? Well count me as somebody glad to be behind the times! These look delicious and are definitely going on my list of potential party foods. That spread in particular is calling my name!

    23. mrsmultitasker.com

      I'm sure these are time tens better homemade! Yours look fabulous!

    24. Barbara Bakes

      Now I really feel like I've been missing out on rolled sandwiches. It sounds like a fabulous lunch.

    25. Leslie

      Fifteen minutes ago??? I guess I am out of style!!! these are yummy

    26. Chef Fresco

      I agree, rolled sammies are the best! I think they are so much tastier than meat on plain old bread. =)

    27. Krista

      I'm always cooking up things that are “out of style”. Doesn't mean that they aren't delicious, right? This rolled sandwich looks and sounds wonderful!

    28. Pam

      Kathleen, pass the plate please! They look delicious and perfect for game day. I haven't made them in a long time and thanks for the reminder as they're always a hit! Love that you added the horseradish and I will too!

    29. Karen

      These look wonderful, even if they are 15 minutes ago!! I love the flavors with the horseradish and garlic. Yum…perfect for football day!

    30. Tv Food and Drink

      I love these – can't get enough of them. I'm going to make some this weekend. Thanks for reminding me how awesome they are.

    31. Magic of Spice

      Too funny :) This is quite beautiful, I can see why the addiction…Lot's of possibilities with variances too :)

    32. Karen

      I love these! This looks delish :)

    33. Val

      These are 100 percent in to me and I'd give anything for one at this moment!!!! YUM.

    34. Kirby

      I want to reach the computer screen and grab one of these babies! I cant wait to make 'em!
      Your newest follower!

    35. Chef Fresco

      We made these – SO yummy! Will be posting sometime soon. Thanks for a great recipe!

    36. Lyndsey

      I don't know….nothing like the old time favorites …or classics…we always seem to come back to the good ones! I love the way these rolled sandwiches look. Thanks for adding them to Tailgating Time!

    37. Martha (MM)

      Definitely yummy and these would liven up any game-day buffet! Nothing wrong with the good old favs – I still make cocktail meatballs. Thanks so much for linking them up for Tailgating Time this week :-)

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