Parmesan Rounds

This recipe comes from my husband's cousin. A great appetizer that can be frozen and baked for unexpected company - or can be prepared ahead for a cocktail party.

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  • Using a round cookie cutter, make four 1 1/2" circles per slice of bread.
  • Butter each slice on one side.
  • Broil, turning once until lightly toasted.
  • In a small bowl combine the remainder of ingredients until smoothly blended.
  • Spread 1 tsp on the buttered side of each "toast".
  • May be frozen in an airtight container at this point - do not thaw before broiling.
  • Broil 4" from heat for 3-5 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Serve hot.
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"This recipe comes from my husband's cousin. A great appetizer that can be frozen and baked for unexpected company - or can be prepared ahead for a cocktail party."
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  1. stookie10
    I found this recipe, minus the dill, in a Bon Appetite magazine in 1984 and have been making them ever since. My family requests them for every get together and I always make and freeze ahead of time because they cook better under the broiler for 5 minutes when frozen.
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  2. Eldeevee
    This recipe comes from my husband's cousin. A great appetizer that can be frozen and baked for unexpected company - or can be prepared ahead for a cocktail party.
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