Cheese...love cheese...Weyell...yeah...that should do. I like to actually serve it in a bowl so you can scoop some of the salsa chunks along with the cheese, but you might want to use the little tortilla bowls again (since it has to be "clean") only maybe little flour ones as compared to corn with a little salsa in the bottom with a nice little artistically cut cube on top? I wouldn't use shredded. It's almost the same effect in taste except adding the tortilla. (deep fried or baked of course)
The fat in the cheese kind of resists but you can convince it. I mean, what can really resist garlic, onions and chilis...LOL. Seriously, it works. I usually leave them in the cooler overnight.
Hang on, I'll think of more...gimme a minute...
Hey, what about a type of ceviche? Ceviche on a stick? Yummy. Marinate the whole thing entero using a typical ceviche recipe. Lime/Lemon, salt...Mix of seafood, a lemon or lime wedge (added last), onion, chili, cilantro, cherry tomato, maybe a splash of tequilla (hmmm) and a whole sprig of cilantro (can you tell I love cilantro?) It's pretty and fragrant too.
What about a cold Thai chicken salad wrapped in slightly steamed romaine then chilled? Like little lettuce burritos? I made something similar in Australia with a terriaki and spring onion flavor. They're big on Thai/asian there because they're close to ...well...Asia...
Oh, I know it's supposed to be "clean" but speaking of terriaki (sp?), take a chicken wing and separate the sections, (chop it in 3 pieces at the joints). Save the tip for broth. After removing the smaller of the bones from the mid-wing gently scrape the meat down the remaining bones from one end. You should have really cute little lollypop looking chicken wings. Marinate them, dredge them, deep fry or or bake and/or douse with sauce of choice. You can keep it as clean as you like depending on how messy you make the little "handles". Who doesn't like cold chicken?
What about slices of thick crispy sweet potato rounds topped with cold tender moroccan pork or lamb? Use a mint rub. (for it not you)
I have a great bacon wrapped shrimp recipe but it's not cold.
Parmigianna crisps are simple and good. A nice variation from crackers or chips.
Oh, it's not meat, but a nice lightly grilled slice of a mini-baguette with fresh garlic, chopped tomato, olive oil, and mozarella (ADDICTED to fresh mozarella) and a nice pesto mayo. Yummy.
FOOD GIMME FOOD! GIMME GOOD FOOD!