Super Bowl Repeat — Cheese Crisp: Quick, Fun, and Tasty

Now this is a fun Super Bowl snack, or even a late night snack or a quick lunch.  It’s tasty, spicy, and you can even add other ingredients such as leftover chicken, pepperoni, or even bacon bits.

What you’ll need:

  • Flour tortillas—good, fresh, preferably large
  • Pickled jalapeño slices—finely chopped
  • Cheese—your choice, but for the pictures taken below I used Tillamook mild cheddar, Mission Jack, and aged mozzerela
  • The Kitchen Sinkget creative with the toppings

Preheat your oven to 400°.  While the oven heats, assemble your crisps.  Lay out the flour tortillas.

Don’t They Call These “Wraps” Back East?

Chop your jalapeños.

Eat the Heat, They Can’t be Beat

Spread the jalapeños over the tortillas.

Looks Green, but They’re Red Hot!

Add the cheese (or cheese blend in this case).

Cheesy Pleasy

Place directly on the wire rack in your oven.

As if the Jalapeños Weren’t Hot Enough Already

Bake until nicely browned around the edges and underneath and remove from the oven.

A Mexican Pizza?

Cut and serve.

Crispy, Crunchy, Cheesy Goodness with Heat to Spare


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