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Left oiut the green pepper per request, but other than that these were great !! These were served immediately . These do have a nice kick to them that we enjoyed too. Made for PRMR TAG.

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weekend cooker September 23, 2009

I made these and froze them, so I will have to see how they turn out on reheating. I just love the idea of having something made ahead to pop in the oven. However, prior to freezing, I did taste them and they were delicious! My only problem is that I could not find rye cocktail bread (suddenly it's scarce?) and had to cut a loaf of Jewish rye, thinly sliced, into squares.

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JackieOhNo! February 23, 2009

Made these for Christmas Eve from frozen. Took much longer than 5 minutes to bake that way, but everyone enjoyed them--they have a nice little kick! Make a lot, too, so I can serve some on New Years Eve. Thanks for a good one!

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LuvToEat December 29, 2008

Delicious! I served them immediately, rather than freeze them, but I am happy to know that they can be frozen. That will definitely be handy. Great blend of flavors! Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews December 22, 2008

Hey these sounds pretty good I',m not giving you 5 because I havn't made them yet. Tomorrow I'm having some friends over and going to give these a try. Thanks for posting.

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Mia #3 November 19, 2008
Cocktail Rye Rounds