Ham and Salami Roll-ups #SundaySupper

I’m going to come right out and say something that might make my unpopular.  Summer is coming to an end and I am very happy about it.  I know this kind of talk is shunned, especially in a state like Michigan, but I can’t help it.  Fall is the best! Smother everything in pumpkin and give me a chunky sweater and I am in my element.  If your bummed about the cooling weather at least be perked up with something that is also a big part of Fall?  Football!  Let me also share with you my boys favorite snack during games as a peace offering, Ham & Salami Roll-ups.

Ham & Salami Rollup from Bottom left of the Mitten

Our town really gets in to football.  My 10-year-old plays on the local Rocket Football team which my husband coaches.  No matter what corner of town you’re on you can hear the crowds cheering and band playing on Friday night High School home games.  For college teams my house is divided.  My husband is University of Michigan but my son is Spartans all the way.  Then geographically we live in Michigan but we are within 30 minutes of Notre Dame so we have a lot of their fans in our town too. Oh, and we live within 35 minutes of Western Michigan.  As my husband recently said after taking our 10 yr. old to the WMU football camp “It is a great time for kids living in this area with all these great schools around.”  I agree.

Ham and Salami Roll-ups | Bottom Left of the Mitten

And don’t even get me started on Pro Football.  We live within 2 hours of Chicago so my family is Bears while another part of our family are Lions fans.  I could go on but I won’t I would rather show you how with just a few ingredients you can be on your way to wowing your football loving crowd no matter who you root for.  Now let’s get on a roll with this recipe!

First, make sure that your cream cheese has softened some.  If you try and mix the spices it will be too hard if not and then also you can tar the tortilla when spreading it.  I left mine out for about 30 minutes.  Once softened add your chili powder, garlic & seasoning salt to it.  Mix well.

Next cut up all your cheese and tomatoes.  You will get 3 roll-ups from each tortilla so make sure you have 36 pieces of cheese, tomatoes and olives for the garnish.

All that’s left to do is assemble.  I lay out all of my tortillas and then layer from there.  Tortilla layered with cream cheese mixture, add salami, add ham, add pickle and roll.   Ham & Salami Rollups from Bottom Left of the Mitten

Now you will add 3 toothpicks to secure.  Cut in even sections.  Add piece of cheese, tomato and olive for garnish.  If you love ham based appetizers you can also check out my Ham It Up Cheese Ball.  And here you are….

Ham & Cheese Salami Rollups from Bottom Left of the Mitten

From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!

Thank you so much to Coleen from The Redhead Baker for hosting this weeks Sunday Supper.  Get your hungry game watchers filled up fast with these other Easy Football Food Ideas…….

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Ham & Cheese Salami Rollups from Bottom Left of the Mitten
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Ham and Salami Rollups
Tortillas spread with spicy cream cheese then layered with ham and salami. A quick appetizer for any party, camping snack or game day!
Ham & Salami Rollup from Bottom left of the Mitten
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Appetizer
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
roll ups
Ingredients
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Appetizer
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
roll ups
Ingredients
Ham & Salami Rollup from Bottom left of the Mitten
Instructions
  1. Once softened add your chili powder, garlic & seasoning salt to it. Mix well.
  2. Cut up all your cheese and tomatoes. You will get 3 roll-ups from each tortilla so make sure you have 36 pieces of cheese, tomatoes and olives for the garnish.
  3. Lay out tortillas and then layer from there. Tortilla layered with cream cheese mixture, add salami, add ham, add pickle and roll.
  4. Now you will add 3 toothpicks to secure. Cut in even sections. Add piece of cheese, tomato and olive for garnish.
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