Today, I decided to make something sightly different but still "banquet table-esque." Easy to handle, fits on a
I am doing this post after the fact, so I didn't take tutorial pictures at the time. Sorry! But I'll list what was used for ingredients and being the smarties that you are, I'm sure you can figure it out.
At the grocer there is a variety of choices in the bakery. But something with a variety of texture and colour is more appealing when dealing with food. So I chose the 10" tortillas in whole wheat, roasted red pepper and spinach.
For the meat, a variety of roast beef, ham and turkey.
For the cheese, a variety of havarti, cheddar and swiss.
I used a mixture of mayo and grainy mustard and for the turkey wraps used a cream cheese and salsa mixture.
Added a few leaves of romaine and rolled them up. I sliced them in half for easy handling. Although they could have used the extra security, I decided against adding toothpicks as I knew there would be a lot of little ones grabbing at them. We don't need any choking incidents!
For the making of the platter, I placed the wraps around the edge of an oval platter, cut-side out so that people could see what was inside. Then added a few more pops of colour with olives, red and yellow peppers (grape tomatoes and gerkins work great as well!)
Quick, easy and tasty to boot!
AND...guess who passed his test?!!!