There is no real recipe for these, but here is what I did on the show. You can see that the most important part is to practice to learn the best ratio of ingredients--too many wet ingredients makes for a sloppy pinwheel.
- Wrap(s) (any flavor or size is fine, but if you want to make large pinwheels the only place I know to get the large wraps is from the catering department at The Hills Market)
- sliced turkey tossed in gravy
- cornbread stuffing
- green bean casserole
- cranberry sauce (if you don't use cranberry sauce you will need to something sticky to "glue" the wrap together like softened cream cheese or mayonnaise)
- Wrap your wrap in a damp towel and microwave for 20 seconds to warm and soften. Spread cranberry sauce over the entire surface of the wrap.
- Layer ingredients about one third of the way up the wrap all the way to the edges, being careful not to overfill the wrap (this takes practice, just take some out if you have trouble rolling it up later
- Roll the bottom third of the wrap over the filling and continue to roll up. .
- Slice off the two ends and have a little snack, then gently slice with a bread knife into 1 inch pinwheels. Re-shape and/or reseal them as needed. Plate and serve.