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we thought the cream cheese was a little overpowering once you got through about half a piece, but were thinking these'd make great tea sandwiches!

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keebler99 September 14, 2009

This is a great recipe. I made it with a red pepper instead of the green to give it a more Christmasy look for a holiday party. I also made them into wraps instead of the stacks to be able to serve more people. Thanks for sharing!

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SLColman December 22, 2007

Eas, tasty, everyone liked them and I would certainly make them again. You could make the stacks shorter, or even roll them in the tortillas, which is what I did and served in pretty pinwheels. Very nice.

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Kasha January 13, 2007

I didn't follow the recipe exactly, as I kept my stacks short to serve as one of many appys at an Autumn party featuring soups. Everyone loved these little wedges, though. The Italian dressing adds a different flavor from the Ranch that is used in so many cream cheese/tortilla appys.

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Ms B. November 02, 2006

My DS's were hesistant on this, not 'moms' typical sandwhich. But after one bite they were hooked. This is a very rich sandwhich though.... I made this in 4" tortillas, made alot and shared the leftovers w/my MIL. LOVED the crunch from the green peppers. Due to the richness, cut in very small slices. Thank You!

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lets.eat August 14, 2006

Unbelievable good. The richness of the lightly italian-flavored cream cheese is given a nice bite and texture by the olives, peppers and onions. It matches nicely with the strong ham flavors. Excellent. Thanks!

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~Bekah~ May 21, 2006
Ham Tortilla Stack