RECIPE: Spinach Dip Roll-Ups

Sonya Sistare's Spinach Dip Rollups. Electronic image by Ron Flaviano for Metro Monthly and "Homeplate."

Sonya Sistare’s Spinach Dip Roll-ups. Electronic image by Ron Flaviano for Metro Monthly and ‘Homeplate.‘

This recipe comes from Helga’s daughter, Sonya Sistare. Prepared by Helga Wengler and Charlotte Wengler-Tibbetts for “Entertaining with Homeplate.” Originally broadcast on “Homeplate” on Dec. 22-23, 2012.

Ingredients

8 slices of bacon, fried until crisp, cooled, drained and chopped

2 packages of frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained

1 pack fajita-size flour tortillas, cut into 4 wedges. Tortillas should be room temperature.

4 green onions, sliced thin

16 oz. whipped cream cheese

16 oz. sour cream

1 package of Hidden Valley Ranch Dip Mix

Few splashes of Maggi

Preparation

In a large bowl, combine all ingredients until well blended. Spoon a tablespoon or so onto one wedge of tortilla, fold both sides in to form a smaller wedge-shaped stuffed tortilla, and arrange nicely on a round platter. Delish!

ABOUT HELGA WENGLER – “Homeplate Homestyle” host Helga Wengler is a native of Frankfurt, Germany. She learned to cook from her mother and loves to share her knowledge and expertise with TV viewers each week on “Homeplate Homestyle.”  She and her husband, Wolfgang, are very active in the local community. Helga and Wolfgang also enjoy spending time with their three daughters and six grandchildren. Visit http://www.metromonthly.net for more of Helga’s recipes.

© 2012 Metro Monthly and Homeplate Media, LLC. All rights reserved.

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