Avocado Turkey Pinwheels with cilantro and chive are perfect for any party!
I think I told you already I am crazy about cilantro. I add it to my salads, to my dips, sandwiches, casseroles and everywhere where I can. What can I say… It is my favorite. I like dill also and you can find it my my kitchen today. These two herbs are the best and I love to cook with them.
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I made these turkey pinwheels few days ago and as always I couldn’t stop eating them. Whenever, I make something with cilantro and avocado I have to eat it right away. These turkey pinwheels are packed with so many flavors including chive as well. The tricky part about them is to cut them neatly. You need to have a really sharp knife and don’t spread to much avocado/cilantro on each tortilla.
When you”ll make them you’ll see how delicious they are. Prepare them for your next party and everyone will like them. They are very easy to make. Only blend avocado, cilantro and chive. Season with salt and pepper. Spread on tortilla, place turkey slices and a new tasty appetizer is made. You can also have it for lunch.
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Cilantro & Avocado Turkey Pinwheels
- 3 small avocados peeled
- 1 - 2 Tbsp. water
- 1 cup fresh cilantro leafs
- 1/4 cup chive chopped
- salt/pepper to taste
- 3 original 10' tortillas
- 10 -15 turkey slices
- Mash avocados with fork.
- In the blender combine water fresh cilantro leafs and chive. Blend all ingredients very well. Season with salt and pepper. Add avocados. Blend all ingredients together. If it will be hard to blend add a little more water.
- On each tortilla spread the cilantro and avocado nicely. Add turkey slices. Roll up and cut with really sharp knife into 5 - 7 pinwheels.
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I am not a big fan of cilantro, but I think that it would be great in these turkey pinwheels. They would be perfect for any party or just a just eating them as a snack.
Wow these look good! I love all of these flavors!
Thank you Debi!
A Forks Tale
Ilona, I am a big fan of cilantro too!! It is probably my favorite herb. These Cilantro & Avocado Turkey Pinwheels look perfect for entertaining. Why didn’t I think of that? I will be making these very soon!
OMG! I am so happy I am not alone with this cilantro craziness. I just like it:) Thank you!
Sam | Ahead of Thyme
I love everything about these pinwheels.. yum!! Can’t wait to try this one! I think have all the ingredients at home 🙂
Yum! This is a pretty appetizer or a terrific lunch. I love cilantro too!
Thank you so much!
Garlic + Zest
Sounds like a great light lunch or snack!
Karen @ Karen's Kitchen Stories
These are incredibly adorable and sound so delicious. Your photography is amazing!
Thank you Karen!
Annemarie @ justalittlebitofbacon
What a great and easy party idea! I love cilantro too, but I live with cilantro abstainers. (They have the soap gene.) So enjoy the cilantro for me! I think parsley would be a nice substitute.
I’m with you – I’ll put cilantro on anything! I genuinely feel bad for people who get a soapy taste when they eat it because they’re so missing out! Love these little pin wheels – I’d happily make a ton and just eat them for lunch!
Thank you Sarah. I am happy that I am not the only one who loves cilantro:))))
I love love LOVE cilantro!!! I am so glad to find somebody that loves it as much as I do. Cilantro is like my food crack. I can’t get enough of it. I live in South Florida, and if I can’t find it at my local produce stores I will search high and low for fresh cilantro. Looking for more any cilantro inspired recipes that you have. With much thanks, Melissa
Thank you so much Melissa! I am happy to find someone who loves cilantro as much as me:) I will definitely post more cilantro recipes in the future.