Party sandwiches
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Party sandwiches
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:48:29 AM. Recipe ID 9573. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Party sandwiches
 Categories: Appetizers, Crocker
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
 
  Cheese Sandwiches: Cut each sandwich bread slice into 4 squares.
  Spread each with 1 ts whipped cream cheese (plain, chive or
  pimiento). Sprinkle with chopped nuts or garnish each with a nut. 30
  calories per appetizer.
  
  Cucumber Sandwiches: Cut each sandwich bread slice into 3 circles.
  Spread each with 1/4 ts margarine or butter, softened, or 1 ts
  whipped cream cheese. Place a thin cucumber slice between each 2
  bread circles. 60 calories per appetizer.
  
  Cucumber-Shrimp Sandwiches: Cut each sandwich bread slice into 3
  circles. Spread each with 1 ts whipped cream cheese. Top each with a
  thin cucumber slice, small amount of cream cheese and cooked small
  shrimp.
       15    calories per appetizer.
  
  Ham Sandwiches: Cut each sandwich bread slice into 2 diamond shapes.
  Spread each with 1/4 ts margarine or butter, softened. Mix deviled
  ham spread with small amount mayonnaise or salad dressing; spread
  over diamonds. Garnish with sliced pimiento-stuffed olives.
       60    calories per appetizer.
  
  Do-ahead Tip: Place sandwiches on a cardboard tray; cover with plastic
  wrap. Overwrap with aluminum foil and freeze up to 2 months. (Do not
  freeze cucumber slices; add them just before serving.) Forty-five
  minutes before serving, remove foil and let sandwiches stand at room
  temperature.
  
  NOTE: For an attractive assortment, use a variety of breads; trim
  crusts and cut sandwiches into different shapes.
  




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Recipe ID 9573 (Apr 03, 2005)

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