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These are THE BOMB! It is my favorite appetizer to take to parties. I just finished another batch of them and cut the biscuits (Flaky Grands buttermilk biscuits) into fourths instead of cutting in half. It ended up being a very nice, small, nibble-like sandwich. I cut the onions to 2 TBSPs to make the onion flavor a bit more mild. Love them!

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gailsun April 09, 2015

Loved these. I have to confess that I only made 10. But I did have the makings for 80 sandwiches,(double the recipe) but our PARTY plans fell threw. Anyway, I cut it down and it worked perfect. I was concerned when I first started to assemble them because I thought they would be dry. But they weren't. I was surprised that the butter mixture and the mustard mixture measurements were spot on. This is what kept the sandwiches from being dry. The only negative I could think of would be the shredded lettuce, it was a bit difficult to keep on top of the biscuit so next time I think I would just us a piece of lettuce. What an outstanding party recipe. This is a keeper. Oh, forgot to say the flavor is wonderful, and I used 1/2 stone ground mustard and 1/2 Dijon mustard. The butter/mustard mixture is what makes the overall flavor of these sandwiches the talk of the PARTY! Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas December 06, 2009

Made these for a "Girl's Night" and even the picky ones kept saying how good these taste. I'm sad that there aren't any leftovers! :) I will definitely make these again. Thanks for another great recipe!

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*Huntergirl* February 22, 2009

We made these yesterday as a trial run for an upcoming event and WOW! They are great. Followed the recipe exactly and loved it. We also made a roast beef version using the spread from Roast Beef Party Sandwiches (Roast Beef Party Sandwiches) and a slice of tomato instead of lettuce. Coming soon a Turkey & Bacon version ? Thanks for the great idea Wildflour!

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BigRedChef January 29, 2009

We made this for a baby shower this weekend and they were very, very good! My husband says we will definitely be making these again.

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Michelle Figueroa January 15, 2009

I made these sandwiches for my small wedding reception this weekend. They were an absolute hit! I had 25 people so I doubled this recipe and wish I had tripled or quadrupled it! People couldn't get enough of them. I used the Grands butter flavor biscuits and the stone ground mustard. Easy and great flavor!

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zcandice April 07, 2008

This was a great recipe, well written and was easy to prepare. I made the recipe exactly as written with no deviations.

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Brandess March 21, 2008

Used Pillsbury Southern Style biscuits. Mixed both mustards together. Sandwichs presented very nicely showing the little seeds on top of biscuit. Took to a church function and everyone seemed to like them. Actually printing out copies for those that asked for recipe. Very nice, good flavor-will make again.

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pha December 22, 2007

My husband loved these and so did everyone else at a party I went to. Thanks for a great recipe.

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MelinOhio June 07, 2007

These were excellent! Even the kids loved them. I even successfully reheated the leftovers and had them for lunch the next day. I'm editing my comment to add that I've been using Grands biscuits because I can't always find the Big Country biscuits and we think they're terrific that way!

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2bizzy November 03, 2006
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