Hey, y'all. This is Petronella Nightshade, what am called Punkin, speakin to you through this computer blog, and today I am doin the Easy-Bake Coven. It's come to my noticin that folks like finger foods at Halloween parties, but Halloween parties for humans ain't the same as some of the ones in Morlock Heights, where you might be served real lady fingers instead of them little cake things. So I got up with our Mad Doctor, and asked him about finger foods what humans was likely to eat. Well, Mad Doc likes salsa and tortilla chips, and I swan he'll eat him a bait of them ever time he gets a chance, so I got to dabblin in the kitchen and come up with today's recipe, called Gargoyle Tongues. This here is real, real simple and don't take no time.
What's In It:
4 soft corn or flour tortillas (or more if you are servin a lot of folk)
1/2 teaspoon of chili powder (or cajun seasonin, or cumin, or whatever is your favorite kind of hot spice)
1 cup finely shredded sharp Cheddar cheese (again, use more if you are servin a lot of folk)
1/8 cup chopped black olives
3 tablespoons salsa
What You Got To Do:
Preheat the oven up to 450 degrees.
Sprinkle your hot spice evenly over your tortillas and rub it to coat them, then cut them into 4 wedges each.
Coat up a bakin sheet with some cookin spray and arrange your wedges on it, then sprinkle them with the cheese and olives. Bake them about 4 minutes, or until the cheese is melted, then top them off with a little bit of the salsa in the center (about 1/2 teaspoon per wedge). Serve these up on a servin tray or large platter.
Now of course these ain't real gargoyle tongues, as humans would not want to eat somethin made out of stone and bust up all their teeth, but they are right tasty. This here makes about sixteen Tongues, but it can be doubled up or even tripled up to make as many of them as you want.
So I am done here, and hope you are all enjoyin The MonsterGrrls' 31 Days Of Halloween. I shall be back soon with more cookin and such, and may blessings be on you and yours!
Petronella "Punkin" Nightshade