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Delicious! This is simple to make, but has a nice flair. I chose to make a couple of slices for breakfast with my tea, and would certainly do it again. Thanks, Iceland.
Update: My guest love these! I do toast the bread slices for a few minutes in the oven with the olive oil first before topping them. Such a simple, yet elegant item for a party or dinner. It makes a beautiful platter with thin slices of green apple placed around or in between the tapas.
This is a great combinations of flavors. I cheated and used a brie log, trimmed off some of the rind, warmed the cheese to soften it slightly, topped with chopped walnuts and topped with honey. I served with melba toasts. It was delicious. Thanks for sharing & posting Iceland!
Delicious! This is a wonderful appetizer which I had as a late night snack. I did have to use rice crackers rather than bread but I know a baguette would be perfect. I used camembert instead of brie because for some reason that is what my grocer tends to carry. Again, black tea would be good with this but I don't drink it because of an allergy. Made for Ramadan Tag.
This simple and easy combination makes a delectable taste sensation. I wish I had thought of this; ingredients I love and often have on hand. The addition of apple is a great idea; maybe pear next time! Thanks, Iceland, for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT 5.
These were great! I brushed olive oil across each piece of bread, topped with a slice of brie, drizzled honey, and sprinkled chopped walnuts across the top. I just popped them in the broiler for a minute on the lowest rack. Had some sliced apples along with the "tapas". Fantastic!!! I actually ate these two nights in a row for dessert with a glass of white wine! Made for the Saucy Senoritas ZWT5.
Yummy, yummy and yummy. Yup, those are the only three words to describe what I had. I used both tomatoes and red apples for this recipe, which kind of sounds weird but I sometimes do weird things like that so it almost ends up normal in that way.