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Spinach & Tuna Pinwheels

Spinach & Tuna Pinwheels
Christopher Mohs

I am forever on the hunt for quick and easy meal ideas, especially in the heat of the summer. This is a twist on a favorite I grew up with at almost every potluck I attended. The classic pinwheel (yummy food choices rolled up in a flour tortilla) is just a simple, quick to make, and easy option for lunch or a snack. The best part, you can literally let your imagination and tastes run wild with this dish.  Just remember the basics; flour tortilla (now available in spinach, jalapeño, and sundries tomato varieties), sauce or spread of your choice (hummus, dressing, mayo, etc.), 2-3 thin layers of your favorite fixings.

Here’s what I did for the dish pictured above.


2 Spinach Flour Tortilla
4 tbsp Ranch Dressing
8 slices of Swiss Cheese
2 cups Baby Spinach
1 can Tuna
3 tbsp Mayo
1/2 cup Chopped Celery


Mix together tuna, mayo, and chopped celery to make the tuna mixture. Then smear ranch dressing over one side of each of the flour tortillas. Lay a layer of swiss cheese over the dressing, then a layer of spinach, then the tuna mixture. Carefully roll up the tortilla and then cut into 3/4 inch slices. Need help keeping them together? Consider a toothpick into the side of each pinwheel.