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Easy & awesome! Not adding stars, because I started to make this and discovered that we were out of curry powder. I subbed greek seasoning instead so it gave this a totally different flavor and was no longer "curried". However, it was very good this way. Used day old ciabatta bread, sliced in long pieces. Very yummy with soup.

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BerrySweet January 25, 2009

These are delicious! They are super easy to make and a real crowd pleaser. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Vamy October 14, 2008

This was delicious! I loved the flavor combinations and wouldn't change a thing. I got greedy and piled too much of the mixture onto my bread, therefore I had to move it further away from the broiler to get it to heat all the way through. I will definately keep this in mind for quick appetizers or a easy lunch. Thanks.

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Gina*S December 01, 2006

These toasts disappeared in a huryy - I used whole wheat baguettes. You do have to watch them - I timed it just right. I like the way the mixture swells on the toasts - I used chopped olives instead of sliced Thanks Barefoot Beachcomber These could become a regular in my house. I had a bit of the mixture left over so I added some garlic and put it on a whole wheat bagel (bagel cut in half throught the middle) - wonderful

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Bergy September 11, 2006
Curried Cheese and Olive Toasts