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After going through my cook book I have found some recipes that I have made it the past, and just never got around to reviewing them. I made these for a catering job I had years ago as a nice finger food. I remember them being very easy to make on seen. I just cooked the filling at home, cooled it, put it in a ziplock bag, and filled the phyllo shells at the location of the party. They were good, but they lacked something to me. Maybe a little crisp bacon piece on top to give it a meatiness. I couldn't really decide at the time. It makes me want to make them again now to see if they could be improved with something meaty.
I've made these three times now, and they are great. The carmelized onions are wonderful with the addition of the thyme. They just might become my go-to dish for potlucks and buffets!
we didnt have the best expeirience with these. the taste was ok for a bite or two but it gets old and the time it takes to bake the onions wasnt worth it to me. now if you a huge onion fan you may like it more but it was pretty boring as far as taste goes. they are pretty simple to make and sound fancy, could use to impress folks but how impressed will they be when they are still there at the end of the party.