Delicious Recipes from Lowcountry
Recipe by East Coast Smoke BBQ / Makes: 4 servings
BBQ Roll-Ups are an easy make-ahead dish and will be the hit of the tailgate. The first stage of the recipe is prepared at home, then it’s finished off on the grill at the tailgate party.
1 pound of pork barbeque (use cooked Oven- Roasted Pulled Pork, see next page)
8 ounces softened cream cheese
1 bunch fresh cilantro, tough stems removed and leaves finely chopped
1 cup corn kernels, drained
Sriracha to taste
1 cup barbecue sauce
4 medium flour tortillas
In a medium bowl, mix the softened cream cheese, cilantro, corn and sriracha. Put the mixture in a gallon-size resealable bag and cut the end to turn it into a piping bag, making sure the opening is large enough for the corn kernels to pass through. Lay out flour tortillas and fill with pork barbeque. Pipe on the cream cheese mixture. Roll up, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. At the tailgate, warm up the grill and use tongs to place the roll-ups on the hot surface. Lightly brown the roll-ups on one side. Flip and brush with barbecue sauce. The barbecue sauce will caramelize and hold the roll-ups together, but avoid grilling them for too long because the sugar in the sauce means it will burn quickly.