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I made these for the first time and the salt as required is way to much, the primary flavour was salt. 1/4 tsp or less would be better. Still yummy and full of flavour with the changes as noted. I used extra crispy english muffins. I would also increase the mayonnaise to 3/4 cup and curry powder to 1.5 tsp. This reminded us of this chicken casserole called Classy Chicken a little bit. I can imagine if a freshly ground curry powder is used it would be even more yummy if that is possible. We all devoured these.

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Luvfood March 03, 2007

my mother made these for New Year's Eve and they are INCREDIBLY delicious and terribly healthy, too - use vegan mayonnaise it has just the right flavor so kids like it, too

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carrie sheridan January 08, 2007

These are quick, easy and bursting with flavour! I halved everything but used the full amount of curry powder, and didn't bother to quarter them as we had them for supper. Will make regularly, I'm sure. Thanks 1Steve!

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Soobeeoz July 17, 2006

These were scrumptious. I made some changes, as I always do. Instead of black I used green olives, I also used vidalia onion, and did not add salt. I also used slices of homemade french bread as I did not have english muffins. I topped each with parmesan cheese. YUM thanks!

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Vamy February 22, 2005

These are delish...a friend of mine makes these with crabmeat. Love 'em!

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Queen of Everything June 12, 2004

Yuuuummmyyy!!!!! These are realy good!! I made the mixture and refrigerated it for at least an hour before spreading it on the English muffins. I cut the recipe in half. I spread it on 5 English muffin halves which made 20 "triangles" I had leftovers which were really good the next day. I will be making these again. Thanks Steve for great recipe. I think I might even try adding some green olives to it too and see how that tastes.

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AuntWoofieWoof January 06, 2004

These have been a huge hit for years! It is a very forgiving recipe and it is easy to add/reduce any of the ingredients to taste. Two important things I'd like to suggest: One, always toast the English Muffins first, otherwise they are mushy underneath the melted mixture. Second, I recommend broiling over baking. I broil on High for 5 minutes with the rack in the middle of the oven. Let them sit a minute, then cut.

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littleolivia June 11, 2015

Very good, very rich! I cut the recipe back and made to have as a side with our soup for lunch. I felt they were missing something acidic, maybe just a squeeze of lemon to brighten it up. Thanks for sharing this fun recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview October 25, 2013

This is very similar to a recipe from my s-i-l.. she uses mozarella and french bread slices... both recipees are delicious

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Camel_Cracker June 14, 2009
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