Party Rye Hors D'oeuvres

Party Rye Hors D'oeuvres created by French Tart

These little darlings are a great starter to a dinner party or just as a snack for those hungry teenagers. Easy, yet very impressive.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Mix cheese, olives, onions, and mayonnaise (just enough mayo to get to spreading consistency).
  • Spread mixture on slices of rye bread (not too thin).
  • Place bread on baking sheet and bake in hot oven until cheese melts, about 5 -7 minutes.
  • Devour! But be careful -- it will singe the roof of your mouth if you're not careful. (;.
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"These little darlings are a great starter to a dinner party or just as a snack for those hungry teenagers. Easy, yet very impressive."
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  1. JamminJulie
    Very good and easy! I used equal amounts green onion and black olives w 11/2 cups shredded sharp cheddar. Used 1/3 cup mayo and added some montreal steak seasoning. Just cooked two to try and am freezing rest for picnic on Sat. I also cut them diagonally so they would go farther.
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  2. Coffee lover
    Party Rye Hors D'oeuvres Created by Coffee lover
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  3. Coffee lover
    This was really good. I did not add the olives, my son does not like them. I added a little more onion. I threw these together for a snack today. I really enjoyed these. Made for PAC 2010
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  4. Studentchef
    This was so good, and it is something I really enjoy. I used a little more than 2 tablespoons of onion, but not too much. For ZWT 5 the Dining Daredevils.
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  5. Kumquat the Cats fr
    I did try really hard to find party rye bread (checked 3 stores in the NY/metro area) but did not find them. It's a real shame, because they seem like part of my childhood. Well, anyway, I made these on regular seeded rye bread and was very pleased with the way they came out. There was enough to cover 3 slices, and we really enjoyed this with a salad for dinner. I used low fat cheese and a low fat oil based mayonnaise. Kid-friendly but appreciated by adults as well.
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