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Glad to know I'm not the only one who secretly scrapes the baked on cheese off a baking sheet and munches on it after making a batch of nachos!! This is a fun and easy appetizer. Pretty darn tasty, too....but I think the Parmesan I used was particularly pungent, so the flavor was more dominant than I would have liked. (Parm lovers will be in heaven, but I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with that particular cheese!) The thyme and walnuts were a very nice touch and I used a good quality aged cheddar. I do intend to try these again, but I will play with the recipe a bit to suit my personal taste....think I'll try substituting Asiago for the Parmesan and, if I'm feeling creative, even play with some different herb and nut combinations. Thank you so much for sharing!
So easy to make and so delicious: we loved the magic blend of flavours. I'll certainly be making these again, and trying different nut and herb combinations within the one batch. :) Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe.
GREAT GREAT GREAT crisps here !! Well received by the kids too. As I continued to take them out of the oven and into my container for storage, I noticed that they were slowly disappearing by the kids. Anyway, very very tasty, and flavorful.. Made as posted, ewill make again when the kids are gone Going to my favorite snacks file. Made for PRMR tag.
Finally got to these :) I was waiting for a glass of wine. They go nice with white wine. I used pecans. I don't know where my walnuts wondered off to...I know I had some. Thanks!--Had to add my 2yr old dd is addicted! LOL She just came back after getting one and tried to take them all!
Oh, these crisps are awesome! They were easy to make, and soooo tasty. I did reduce the recipe by half, and it made 10 large (2.5 inches); I used a biscuit cutter, to keep the round shape. I wanted to try them plain, but will use the thyme as directed, next time. These will be awesome on a lovely salad, or as is, with cocktails! Thanks for sharing, Syd!