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I made this with crescent roll dough in place of puff pastry. Outstanding recipe! I actually doubled the ham (Virginia style) and made w/o nutmeg, and it was great.

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Matt30fl February 17, 2008

i did this recipe with the toast and my guest really liked it. i used 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg and cayenne and they all thought it was just right. i used fresh parsley and parmasan cheese. excellent starter

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jeyjey July 25, 2004

Wonderful recipe! I made these for an appetizer and everyone loved them. I confess to making a minor change to the ingredients (I used finely chopped walnuts for the ham....I'm a "veggie"); and a mixture of white mushrooms and baby bellas. I used the freshly grated parmesan cheese instead of the manchego, because thats what I had on hand. Pinot Grigio was my wine of choice, (again what was on hand), and dried parsley. For the appetizers, I filled mini puff pastry shells with the mixture. For lunch the next day, I had the filling on toast triangles (broiled). Both were wonderful, and I will definitely be making this again....I might add a pinch of tarragon to the filling next time, just to see how it turns out. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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Dee514 May 30, 2004

I made this recipe as instructed using fresh parsley as I grow it. You said you could be generous with the cayenne and I was as I like a bit of spice. I also used parmesan freshly grated as that is always in my fridge. I put this mixture into puff pastry triangles and baked them in my turbo oven for 15 mins on 210C and they turned out great. When I make it next I think I will add a little chopped green onion.

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Latchy May 02, 2004
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