Curried Cheese and Olive Toasts

"A quick and cheesy appy. From 1st Travelers Choice Cookbook"
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
8-10
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a small bowl, combine cheese, olives, and onions; set aside.
  • Mix mayonnaise and curry powder.
  • Fold in cheese mixture.
  • Spread on untoasted sides of bread slices.
  • Broil until bubbly.

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  1. BerrySweet
    Easy & awesome! Not adding stars, because I started to make this and discovered that we were out of curry powder. I subbed greek seasoning instead so it gave this a totally different flavor and was no longer "curried". However, it was very good this way. Used day old ciabatta bread, sliced in long pieces. Very yummy with soup.
     
  2. Vamy7913
    These are delicious! They are super easy to make and a real crowd pleaser. Thanks for the great recipe!
     
  3. GinaS
    This was delicious! I loved the flavor combinations and wouldn't change a thing. I got greedy and piled too much of the mixture onto my bread, therefore I had to move it further away from the broiler to get it to heat all the way through. I will definately keep this in mind for quick appetizers or a easy lunch. Thanks.
     
  4. Bergy
    These toasts disappeared in a huryy - I used whole wheat baguettes. You do have to watch them - I timed it just right. I like the way the mixture swells on the toasts - I used chopped olives instead of sliced Thanks Barefoot Beachcomber These could become a regular in my house. I had a bit of the mixture left over so I added some garlic and put it on a whole wheat bagel (bagel cut in half throught the middle) - wonderful
     
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  1. Bergy
    These toasts disappeared in a huryy - I used whole wheat baguettes. You do have to watch them - I timed it just right. I like the way the mixture swells on the toasts - I used chopped olives instead of sliced Thanks Barefoot Beachcomber These could become a regular in my house. I had a bit of the mixture left over so I added some garlic and put it on a whole wheat bagel (bagel cut in half throught the middle) - wonderful
     

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