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These COULD have been good... I made them the night before my event and they got soggy... Yuck. Some people still said they were okay, but I couldn't get past the texture. If I ever make them again, I will definitely make them no more than a few hours before the event. Overnight is just too long.

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mistydisa April 12, 2009

These were so good! I made a quarter batch to try them out before my sister's baby shower, and we gobbled them up for lunch. I liked the suggestion of the Azteca tortillas--they're thinner than my usual tortilla, so they worked really well with the ham and cheese filling. I have to admit, I didn't stir out *all* the lumps (there were some small ones that I just couldn't get), and it seemed to work just fine. I will make these for her shower, but will probably make half ham, and the other half turkey. Thanks Mystia!

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Mommy2two March 23, 2009

Made these for a Christmas party and they were good, but not great. I added 1/4 cup of chopped green onions to add some color. I like the addition of the sour cream and ranch, but (paired with ham) these ended up a little salty for my taste. I would either half the amount of ranch/sour cream or increase the amount of cream cheese. Adding more cream cheese might help firm up the sandwiches as well. Perhaps a little bit of romaine lettuce would be good as well to add some crunch and texture. (I took the suggestion to put them in the freezer for a while before slicing and that was very helpful.)

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Sarah Stewart December 12, 2009

we have been making these for a long time, I use 2 blocks of cream cheese & no sour cream, I also dice the ham very fine and add it to the cheese/ranch mixture. you can also add shredded cheese, diced onions or chopped peppers.

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Linda42345 September 02, 2008

I agree with Sarah, these were pretty good, although the kids didn't really eat them like I thought they would and I made them for the kids. I would add some lettuce or spinach for some crunch.

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Demandy July 20, 2013

These were a huge hit at my New Year party. Will definately make again and again. Yum!

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barkerc123c January 24, 2012

These went over very well at my daughters bridal shower, I made 2 different kinds, these were gone very quick, can't say the same for the others! Loved them

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crimper June 26, 2009

Loved them! Loved the mix of flavors!

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Fronie June 14, 2009

This is outstanding and so impressive for a party! I added green onions that I snipped with sissors and I used a mix or cream cheese - red pepper and herb. Loved it!

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Krista Roes January 11, 2009

I have made this dish a couple times now for our various parties. It is simple to make, and it makes a lot. I always seem to go through way more tortillas than the recipe says. Maybe I don't put it on thick enough, but I don't want it come out over the edges like the recipe warns. Well, either way, it still tastes great. I can easily eat a dozen or more, and I usually make this when I need a simple finger food that can almost count as a sandwich.

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Fyrestorm March 23, 2008
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