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Bbq Cheezy Meltz


This is one of my favorite snacks from KFC for the longest time. Suddenly, one tragic day, hindi na siya available sa KFC na malapit sa opis namin. Dahil palagay ko, ako’y isang hot sexy Latina (hehe :evil:) in my past life, hindi mapigil ang craving ko for spicy Mexican food.

I’ve got to have my fix of this cheesy snack so I tried making them. Hindi naman sa pagbubuhat ng sariling bangko, di hamak na mas masarap siya, marami pang nagagawa. Tagumpay na naman ang byuti ko mwahaha 😆

We will need:


Ready-to-eat tortillas made by Village Gourmet available in major supermarkets (P98)

chicken popcorn

1 pack Chicken Popcorn fried according to directions

bawang sibuyas 350-2

garlic, onions, tomatoes, red bell pepper, chopped

cheese salsa

Bottled cheese salsa

grated cheese

Grated cheddar cheese


1 pack Tostitos



Saute the garlic, onions, tomatoes and bell pepper in 1 tbsp olive oil until half cooked. Add sliced siling pangsigang (2-3 pieces) and cook about one minute more. Set aside.

chicken pop halved

Cut each cooked chicken popcorn in half.  Heat a small amount of oil, add 2 tbsps. barbecue sauce. Let the bbq sauce simmer before adding the halved chicken popcorns. Blend well, remove from fire and set aside.

heat tortilla

Heat tortilla in a large flat pan (without oil) until some parts turn brown (about half a minute for each side)


Working fast while the tortilla is warm, spread cheese salsa on the  whole tortilla. Add garlic-onion-tomato-pepper mixture,  barbeque flavored chicken popcorn and grated cheese. Top with 2 0r more tostito chips. You should do this on half of the tortilla only.


Fold the empty half of the tortilla over the half with filling and press the edges together. With a pizza cutter or a sharp knife, divide the tortilla into 3 pieces. Repeat the procedure with the rest of the tortillas.


Serve immediately.

Tip: You need the tortilla to be toasty warm for the grated cheese to melt. So assemble the cheesy meltz right before eating them. And the chips should still be warm and crisp.



August 7, 2009 - Posted by | Snack time |


  1. I made my version differently.Remember you cooked burrito a while back? I used the meat filling you had for the burritos, then I heated them on my panini maker pramis Its cheezylicious meat quesadillas!

    Comment by maxi | August 8, 2009 | Reply

    • alam mo Maxi, nabanggit mo na dati yang panini maker. Naghanap talaga ako niyan dito. Wala eh huhu. I love panini kasi may restaurant dito, they serve panini pero ang mahal naman kainis.

      Comment by ella | August 21, 2009 | Reply

  2. Try mo siya i-dip sa RANCH dressing. Sarap! 🙂

    Comment by jetty | August 8, 2009 | Reply

    • I tried it jetty, sarap nga. Thanks for the tip.

      Comment by ella | August 21, 2009 | Reply

  3. Kinabahan ako nung mabasa ko ito. “Ano? Wala nang Meltz?” Akala ko tuloy wala na nga.

    Comment by CM | August 14, 2009 | Reply

    • haha, meron pa sa iba kaya lang yung malapit nga sa amin, tinanggal sa menu nila. Ewan ko kung bakit.

      Comment by ella | August 21, 2009 | Reply

  4. Thanks for sharing. I’ll try this at home soon. 🙂

    Comment by L | August 16, 2009 | Reply

  5. Hi L! That’s one thing about good food, wala siyang copyright hehe It should be shared and enjoyed by everyone.The more, the better.

    Comment by ella | August 21, 2009 | Reply

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