If you've ever been to Ikea and tried their cafeteria, they serve delicious meatballs with mashed potatoes and some lingonberry sauce on the side. They are SO yummy! When I visited Sweden, I noticed that they use this sauce with almost any meal. It kind of reminds me of cranberry sauce. I like the little sweetness that it adds to the food. This recipe always reminds of the time I was in Stockholm. I don't even remember where I found this recipe (it's been a looong time...) but it's definitely one of our favorites. This is especially great for after Thanksgiving to use up some of that cranberry sauce but I really like it in summer too.
YOU WILL NEED:
Flour tortillas (can use whole wheat too)
Deli ham or turkey
Cream cheese, softened
Tomato, thinly sliced (optional)
Generously spread some cream cheese on your tortillas:
Add 1/2-1 tsp. cranberry sauce per each tortilla:
Put a few slices of meat and a piece of salad on one half. Add a couple of slices of tomatoes, if using them (I usually do, just didn't have any this time):
Roll starting with the side with meat, cut in half (or don't!) and enjoy!
This is a very simple recipe and possibilities are endless! You can even slice your Thanksgiving turkey thinly and add instead of deli meat (Am I really talking Thanksgiving in July...I swear this heat really gets to me...)
I linked this post to Family Home and Life and Frugal Follies.