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    I concocted this recipe one day when I had a chicken and felt like doing something with my recently discovered taste for curry. My intention was to use it warm as a sauce for the chicken. A day or two later, my brother told me he had used the leftover sauce right from the refrigerator it in a sandwich - as the filling! I guess anything is possible. He loved it. By the way, when I realized I didn't have any yogurt, I used sour cream. Either would work.

    Recipe #410548

    A friend at work brought these in one Christmas, and I've been making them ever since. Without a doubt, the easiest sweet 'n salty thing ever. I only dare make these around the holidays because when I do, I can't stop eating them! I was lucky enough to get some excellent quality dark chocolate wafers from a baking and chocolate supply store and they melt like a charm. If you want to be really fancy, you can use the mini-pretzels and put a single pretzel with these fixings in an individual paper candy cup. Very pretty and just as delicious, but much more time consuming.

    Recipe #271041


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