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OMG! Thanks for sharing this recipe. I was a little skeptical, but hubby and I loved it. I used Thai green curry paste because that's all I could find in the local store and it worked just fine. This will be a go-to appetizer for me from now on. It's like an Asian nacho.

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tylergirl October 24, 2010

Salsa is to die for! Served these at a party with wines, goes best with white wines, and they loved them. Interesting pairing with the spicy chips. I'll definately use this one again! Thanks.

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chris.brasel November 17, 2008

This appetizer is fantastic. We belong to a dinner club and are always looking for new recipes to try. At our last dinner, everyone raved about this. We prepared everything the night before and assembled just before serving. Very exotic in taste, but so easy to make. Outstanding!

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janos June 15, 2006

received raves for this at our fiesta! I had no problems with tomatoes at all worked like a charm and I didn't use the red chili - enough heat from the chips!

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sho enough June 12, 2006

I loved these! The salsa was great. I love the sweet and hot combination in it. The sour cream mixture really compliments the salsa. This is a great summertime appetizer.

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islandgirl77551 April 23, 2006

These sounded right up DH's alley...salsa and heat! And some of these parts really do pack a wallop! However, when the pieces are put together, there is a very nice taste, with all complimenting each other well. And DH did love them, as he kept eating them and eating them and eating them. LOL. It took five 8-inch tortillas to use up the curry sauce. I used Patak's mild curry paste and they chips still packed a punch (too much for DS, who needed milk to calm his mouth). Since there were no directions for the red chili (I used a Thai one), I deseeded it and chopped it up. Also, boiling the tomatoes to skin them left them very soft and mushy, basically impossible to chop. Canned, diced tomatoes next time.

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Ducky March 06, 2006

This appetizer did impress my guests and me. I was very pleased with the results. I made everything the evening before, combined my salsa with the dressing a few hours before serving and put them together 10 mins. before my guests arrived! They were a hit. Well worth making again. Thanks for such a tasty, creative dish.

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Trisha W March 04, 2006
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