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I made this for *Zaar World Tour III* wow small in size but full in flavour. Substitute I made was I used grainy Dijon-style mustard, dried basil and dried chives (didn't have fresh ones at home). We all enjoyed them Thank you Kim127

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Chef floWer June 06, 2007

These were really good and easy to make...the only problem I had, and this was just a personal preference was they were too oniony for me. I think next time I will stuff some of them without the scallions, then add the scallions and stuff the rest. But they had a great taste and we will be making again! Thanks for posting and congrats on winning the football pool.

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Troop Angel September 30, 2007

Like an herby crab-cake tucked into a tiny tomato. Brilliant! And so beautiful on a platter. A wonderful party/cocktil event platter--a regular at our events from now on.

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Chef Kate July 09, 2007

When I read over this recipe I thought - no way will this stuff 40 tomatoes - Know what? It did. Everyone raved about them - Just enough spice to make them interesting but not take anyone's head off. Thanks Kim127 for a lovely looking and tasting appetizer.

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Bergy August 26, 2004
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