Have a Southwestern Supper | Tortilla Wraps & Mexican Cookies Recipes

Ay, caramba! These Southwestern-inspired dishes are just too good to keep secret!

Learn how to make Chipotle Tortilla Wraps for supper tonight complete with Rada’s special Chipotle Dip Quick Mix, turkey, ham, beef, and veggies.

Then learn how to make Mexican Cookies for dessert. These fun cookies are made from tortillas and are topped with powdered sugar and drizzled chocolate.

Learn how to make these scrumptious dishes and then find out where you can learn more!

How to Make Easy Chipotle Meat Wraps

Chipotle Tortilla Wraps

This recipe uses Rada’s Chipotle Dip Quick Mix and can be found, along with many other Rada Quick Mix Recipes, at RadaQuickMixRecipes.com.

Ingredients you will need:

  • 1 Chipotle Dip Quick Mix, prepared as directed (8 oz. sour cream or mayonnaise, 8 oz. cream cheese)
  • 6 large tortillas
  • 1 1/2 lbs. thinly sliced ham, turkey, and beef
  • Leaf lettuce as needed
  • 2 large large tomatoes, sliced thin
  • 1 bunch green onions, whites removed and sliced in half
  • 12 slices of cheese (Pepper Jack, Colby Jack, Etc.)

Mix up Chipotle Quick Mix

Mix up your Chipotle Quick Mix as directed on the package.

Slice up your vegetables.

Slice up your vegetables so they are thin enough to fit in a tortilla wrap.

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Lay out your tortillas.

Lay 6 tortillas out on a clean work area. Spread prepared Chipotle Quick Mix onto tortillas.

Lay ingredients down & roll up.

Evenly distribute ingredients onto tortillas being sure to cover entire tortilla. Tightly roll the tortillas.

Your wraps are ready to serve!

Place tooth picks in the rolled wraps to hold in place. Cut wraps in half before serving. Try different vegetables like bell peppers, shredded carrots or avocados.

Southwest Wrap Video Recipe


How to Make Mexican Cookies

Mexican Cookies Recipe

These sweet little cookies are made with tortillas! This recipe comes from the Rada Cookbook 101 Recipes with Tortillas. It’s full of appetizers, breakfast dishes, entrees, and desserts all made with tortillas. Learn how to make caramel apple burritos, margarita chicken, banana wraps, California veggie rolls, and much more in this one-of-a-kind cookbook.

Ingredients you will need:

Ingredients needed to make Mexican Cookies

  • 4 6″ flour tortillas
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 3/4 teaspoon shortening
  • 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Cut cookies using a Pizza Cutter.

Cut each tortilla into 8 wedges. The Rada Pizza Cutter is an excellent tool for this task.

Place tortillas on baking sheet and cook.

Place on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 400 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until slightly browned on the edges. Try using the Rada Stoneware Cookie Sheet for this step.

Make chocolate mixture.

Meanwhile, in a microwave or double boiler, melt chocolate chips and shortening. Stir until smooth. Keep warm.

Shake cookies in bag with sugar.

In a large resealable plastic bag, combine confectioners sugar and cinnamon. Add tortilla wedges a few at a time, shaking to coat.

Drizzle with chocolate.

Place on wax paper-lined baking sheet. Drizzle with melted chocolate. Refrigerate.

Mexican Cookies Video Recipe


The Fun Doesn’t Have to Stop Here!

You have no idea how many recipes Rada has to offer! We’re all about food here, but we’re also all about outstanding quality and service.

Check out all of our different outlets for learning great recipes:

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The Rada Cutlery Blog:

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You’re already here! Rada Cutlery’s Blog is updated weekly, sometimes daily, with new and various recipes. We source our own recipes, so they are from our cookbooks or Quick Mix site, but feel free to taste a sampling and get helpful tips while doing so! Most blog posts come with videos, so you can watch and see your recipe unfold step by step.

Rada Quick Mix Recipes

Lettuce Wrap Recipe

Find recipes tailored directly to Rada’s Quick Mixes. We offer sauces, soups, no-bake cheesecakes, pound cakes, dips, and cheeseballs that can unfold into delicious recipes right before your eyes. Try out a Rada Quick Mix and be sure to get an extra package so you can try out a Quick Mix Recipe! Here are some we have made:

You can purchase Rada’s quick mixes from your local Rada fundraiser, Rada reseller, or the Rada Kitchen Store.

Rada Cutlery’s Pinterest

Stuffed Jalapenos

Recipes are sorted by category here on Rada’s Pinterest, hosted by Kristy Kay. You’ll find game day recipes like the stuffed jalapenos pictured above, holiday recipes, desserts, breakfasts, fundraising tips, American-made products, and more.

Pin it to Pinterest!

Chipotle Wrap Collage

Mexican Cookies Final

Video Transcripts

Chipotle Wraps Recipe Video Transcript:

Hi, Kristy at the Rada Kitchen and today I would like to share a tortilla wrap recipe with you. This uses our Chipotle Dip Quick Mix and to this dip you’ll need 8 ounces of cream cheese and 8 ounces of sour cream or you can use mayonnaise, like I am going to use today. You’ll need some leaf lettuce; you’ll need a pound and half of thinly sliced meats. I am going to use turkey, ham and beef. You’ll need 6 large tortillas, a bunch of green onions and twelve slices of cheese, your choice you could use pepper jack and Colby/jack and you’ll need 2 large tomatoes.

First I am going to mix up our chipotle mix. I already have the mayonnaise and cream cheese in my bowl. I’m going to use the Rada Handi-stir to mix this up. Now if you do use mayonnaise like I am, you’ll want to omit the ¼ cup water. Otherwise with sour cream you should add a ¼ cup water. So once you have that mixed together, set it aside.

Now I am going to slice my tomatoes with the Rada Tomato Slicer. First I’ll remove the stem. This tomato slicer has been a big hit for us. It’s our second best seller. It easily cuts through the skin. You do want to slice these tomatoes really thin which is no problem.

And now you’ll want to slice up the bunch of green onions with the whites removed. So with the Super Parer we’ll easily do that. And you’ll slice them in half. I’m just going to take them and go like this. I’m just going to cut them into long strips.

Now we’re ready to assemble our tortilla wraps. Take a large tortilla; spread the chipotle mixture on the bottom. I’m using the Rada Super Spreader, this is a great spreader for mayonnaise and peanut butter. It’s long enough to get to the bottom of the jar. It’s good to frost cakes too. Now add lettuce, tomato slices, onion, a few slices of cheese and the meat. Now roll this up really tight and I like to put a toothpick in it to hold it together and then slice it in half. It’s a really pretty little sandwich, take it on picnics, have it for a super bowl party or a brunch.

That’s one of the recipes using our Chipotle Quick Mix Dip. You can find this recipe and more at our website at www.RadaQuickMixRecipes.com.

End of Chipotle Wraps Recipe Video Transcript

Mexican Cookies Recipe Video Transcript:

Hi, Kristi at the Rada kitchen and today I’m making a recipe out of our tortillas cookbook. It’s 101 recipes that use tortillas, everything from breakfast, to entrées, to delicious desserts. Today I’m going to make Mexican cookies.   For this recipe you need 4 6-inch tortillas, 1/4 cup powdered/confectioner’s sugar,  3/4 teaspoon of shortening, 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips, and 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon.

The first thing you need to do is cut the tortilla into 8 slices. I’m going to slice it with the Rada pizza cutter. Then you’re going to put them on a baking sheet. I’m going to use the Rada cookie sheet. You’ll want to preheat your oven to 400 degrees (fahrenheit). I’m going to put these in for 10 minutes or until they turn brown.   While my tortillas are in the oven, I’m going to take the chocolate chips and the shortening and I’m going to heat this in the microwave until it’s melted. I will stir it occasionally. I put it in for 30 seconds, stirred it, put it in for another 30 seconds, and stirred it again.

You’re going to set that aside. In a sealable bag we’re going to mix the powdered sugar, which was 1/4 cup. Then a 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon and mix that up. Now my tortilla chips are nice and brown and crisp, and we’re going to put a few at a time into our bag of powdered sugar and cinnamon and shake them around.   Then you’ll want to put them on a pan, on top of wax paper or parchment paper. Now You’ll drizzle the chocolate that you melted in the microwave. You can eat them now or put them in the refrigerator. That’s just one of the 101 recipes in our tortilla cookbook.

End of Mexican Cookies Recipe Video Transcript

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