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I scaled back for 1 muffin (I used a wholegrain English muffin) and loved the hint of the Madras curry powder, I used the green onion but omitted the olives and thoroughly enjoyed, thank you Sharon123, made for Name That Ingredient.

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I'mPat June 19, 2013

These were awesome! I used Thomas 100 calorie wheat English muffins,low fat mayo and fat free cheese. I used the green onion but not curry powder(I've never had that). I replaced it with garlic powder. I really,REALLY enjoyed these for lunch! I liked the tang that the green olive gave. I will be making these again. Thanks so much for posting!! :)

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mydesigirl January 08, 2008

Easy to make, liked the olives and green onions in this, but did not quite hit the spot. Not sure why, as we like all the components. I might try again with less mayonnaise. Still, something I would make again to accompany soup as a light lunch.

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duonyte September 30, 2013

Made these as a snack last night and everyone (including 3 picky children) enjoyed them.

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evelyn/athens May 28, 2007

This was great Sharon. I made just one, for myself for lunch today, and I really enjoyed it. I think this would be a terrific last minute cocktail snack for guests. It's so easy and uses ingredients that I always have on hand. I LOVED the flavor of the green olives - YUM! Thanks for posting this Sharon, it's a definite keeper :)

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Hey Jude July 25, 2006
Toasted English Muffins With Cheese