Sunday, September 15, 2013

Hye Roller

Photo courtesy The Cooking Corner.
    Foods that can be held in your hand are perfect for party appetizers or game day food. A few Hye Roller's coupled with a side dish can be a quick and easy meal. They are made with a few basic ingredients from your fridge and are a perfect way to use up leftover lunchmeat.
    The Hye Roller is a wrap filled with ham, salami and cheese that is sold at our local IGA grocery store. It's one of the biggest sellers in their deli. They were nice enough to share the recipe with me, so I'm sharing it with you. Keep this in mind for upcoming holiday parties or game day food.

IGA's Hye Roller
soft shell wraps
cream cheese
ham, sliced thin
salami, sliced thin
colby jack cheese


On top of soft shell, spread layer of cream cheese mixture almost to edges. Add layer of lettuce.

On one half of soft shell, layer beef and then ham. Top with sliced cheese. Spoon a thin layer of slaw mix on top of cheese.

From the side that's filled, roll towards the unfilled side, wrapping tightly as you go. Place wraps on plate and let chill for 30 minutes or so.

Cut ends off so that wraps are even. Slice in about 2 inch sections.

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