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We serve these on our caterings and they are fantastic. We take the King's Hawaiian Rolls and split them and leave them as an open sandwich and we top them with a thin slice of kiwi.

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gypsie_soul December 17, 2011

I had saved this recipe for a long time; I should have paid more attention to the directions. I missed the part about the pineapple being drained. :( My intention was to use this on muffins, as a treat for Easter. Once mixed, with the undrained crushed pineapple, the mixture was a little soupy (MY fault), but tasty. I then recalled a similar recipe that a friend had made many years ago, as a dip for potato chips, served in a pineapple half. I tried this filling as a dip for chips, and it was great. Just like the one I remembered. I will make this again, AS DIRECTED, but wanted to post about my mistake, to help others...Thanks for sharing, Marg!

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alligirl May 06, 2011

5 Stars all the way! These are so good, even my hubby who thought they looked like "chick" food loved them. Made for The Big Tea Party in the Photo Forum.

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carolinajewel February 21, 2010

So Yum! Put this spread on King's Hawaiian Bread and made little sandwiches. They were a big hit at my Luau.

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biscuits03 July 07, 2008

Mde these for my 9 year old's Luau party. I used Kings Hawaiian bread and they were very yummy. The adults seemed to like them more than the kids tho. I also left out the nuts 'cause 'crunch' never goes over well for sandwiches in this house. I will probably make this again for myself. Its easy enough for a quick lunch or dip. Thanks for posting.

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Ilysse April 29, 2007
Hawaiian Tea Sandwiches Filling