STEP 1 OF 6:
In a large pan over a medium flame heat 1 tablespoon oil until hot. Add in cauliflower pieces and cubed onion, cook for 6 minutes. Add in soy chorizo and mix into cauliflower/onion to combine and heat. If you use regular chorizo make sure you cook it until fully cooked about 15 minutes.
STEP 2 OF 6:
Remove the mixture from the pan and remove any excess liquid.
STEP 3 OF 6:
Clean out the pan and reheat over medium/high.
STEP 4 OF 6:
Heat the tortillas until soft and easy to roll. Place a tablespoon of cheese in a line across the middle and top with a couple of spoonfuls of cauliflower chorizo mixture. Roll tightly in a tube shape.
STEP 5 OF 6:
Pour remaining oil in the pan and place the flautas seam side down in the pan and cook until brown and crispy. Roll and continue to cook until all sides are crispy.
STEP 6 OF 6:
Serve hot with yucatan guacamole, and Cacique’s Crema Mexicana Agria.
STEP 1 OF 7:
Pick a spot: Choose where you will display/eat your stadium and build it there because you will not be able to move it later.
STEP 2 OF 7:
Make your field: Place the ¼ sheet aluminum pan in the center. Refry beans and add in Cacique’s Four Queso Blend. Mix until melted. Fill the pan with the refried beans and with the back of a spoon spread smoothly. Next top beans with Yucatan Guacamole and with the back of a spoon spread smoothly.
STEP 3 OF 7:
Make it resemble a real field: Place Cacique’s Crema Mexicana in a pastry bag fitted with a small tip and carefully pipe out the yard lines on top of the guacamole. Then place olives and cherry tomatoes on top to represent opposing teams.
STEP 4 OF 7:
Make a touchdown: Create goal posts with Cacique’s Manchego and Panela cheese. Slice into four strips (or small cubes) and using toothpicks to hold them together. The smaller the goal post the easier it will stand on it’s own. Place each goal post on the ends of the guacamole field.
STEP 5 OF 7:
Get food in the bleachers: Build the stadium by placing Chorizo Cauliflower Queso Flautas (or any taquito of your choice) in the long (13 x 3) aluminum trays. Place the trays on the sides of the field. Place two ramekins on each end of the field. Fill two of the ramekins with yogurt and the other two with fruit (I used strawberries and pineapple chunks).
STEP 6 OF 7:
Give them light: Create stadium lights with 1 x 2 inch pineapple rectangles. Stick two skewers into the bottom side of the pineapple. Use 3 tips of strawberries and stick them into each pineapple rectangle with a toothpick to look like stadium lightbulbs. Stick skewers into flautas to make them stand up straight.
STEP 7 OF 7:
Eat, Watch, Cheer: May your team win the big game and your stadium be full of great Cacique snacks! Enjoy!
SOY CHORIZOFIND PRODUCT
YUCATAN GUACAMOLEFIND PRODUCT
FOUR QUESO BLENDFIND PRODUCT
CREMA MEXICANA AGRIAFIND PRODUCT
PANELA CHEESEFIND PRODUCT
STRAWBERRY YOGURTFIND PRODUCT
INGREDIENTS FOR CHORIZO CAULIFLOWER QUESO FLAUTAS
- 1 HEAD CAULIFLOWER, CUT INTO SMALL PIECES
- 1/2 ONION (CUBED)
- 1 PACKAGE CACIQUE CHORIZO
- 1 PACKAGE CACIQUE SHREDS (FOUR QUESO BLEND)
- 16 FLOUR TORTILLAS
- 1/3 CUP VEGETABLE OIL
INGREDIENTS FOR SNACK STADIUM
- 1/4 SHEET ALUMINUM PAN (9X13 INCHES)
- 2 LONG ALUMINUM TRAYS (13X3 INCHES) (CUT ONE 13 INCH SIDE OUT OF EACH TRAY)
- 2 x 16oz TUBS YUCATAN GUACAMOLE
- 9oz RAMEKINS
- 8 BAMBOO SKEWERS
- 8 TOOTHPICKS
- 1 PASTRY BAG WITH TIP
- 32 CHORIZO CAULIFLOWER QUESO FLAUTAS (CUT IN HALF)
- 30oz PASTRY BAG WITH TIP
- 2 CUPS PASTRY BAG WITH TIP
- 3 CUPS PASTRY BAG WITH TIP
- 1 CONTAINER PASTRY BAG WITH TIP
- 1 PACKAGE PASTRY BAG WITH TIP
- PINEAPPLE (15 CHUNKS)
- PINEAPPLE 94 1X2 INCH RECTANGLE SPEARS
- 2 BOTTLES CACIQUE'S STRAWBERRY YOGURT