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Ham & Dijon Pastry Cups

Ham & Dijon Pastry Cups recipe
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i made this recipe for my b-day party among other appetizers, but this was the firts one to go!! everybody loved it.
posted by
zomfo
on 10/1/2008
time
prep:
20 min
total:
38 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
3/28/2007
I made this recipe for our Bunco group and my husband snuck about 6 of them before I left the house and they were ALL gone and everyone raved on them. I LOVED using the frozen puff pastry...very easy and followed the recipe to the tee and thought it was perfect. Making them again for this next month's Bunco group.
posted:
3/22/2007
I made these for my bookclub and everyone loved them. I read the previous review and decided to spice it up with a touch of crushed red pepper and a touch of cumin. It was really easy and the filling could be made the day before. Just be sure use serve them hot because they get soggy when they get cold.
posted:
2/8/2007
These were FANTASTIC! I had over a dozen people approach me, men and children to tell me they were delicious and women to ask for the recipe! I did change it up a bit though, including using a homemade puff pastry dough and fresh green onion and chives with plain cream cheese. I also experimented with pub style dijon. I hate frozen puff pastry, so if yours doesn't turn out great, try Emeril's puff pastry recipe. It's worth the work.
posted:
1/4/2007
I loved the idea, and I even made the filling up ahead of time (put in the fridge) to save some time. I just didn't have any sort of a 'kick' to it. Texture reminded me of scrambled eggs. I think I may omit the red pepper (didn't really add anything to the dish) and add crushed red pepper. Chopped green olives and/or scallions would add a nice punch, too.
posted:
11/30/2006
This is a gr8 recipe! I tried it and it tastes good even though I burnt it the first time!
posted:
5/24/2006
This is a great recipe, I switched it up a little bit. I'm not a fan of ham or dijon lol. So I used turkey breast and horseradish mustard. It turned out pretty fantastic. I made a huge batch of these, not one was left.
posted:
12/31/2005
This is a great recipe!! I made mine in a mini muffin pan and it made 48. They were out of this world. I am known as the chef of the family now!! Thanks to Kratfoods you always have the best recipes.
posted:
5/4/2005
This recipe is very easy to make. I substitue green pepper instead of red pepper. That is what I had on hand. I am baking them right now. I am sure you can make them in a mini-muffin to make more. I only made 12 in a muffin pan. Next time, I will spray my stone muffin pan. A little hard to get out of the pan. It tastes delicious!
posted:
12/31/2004
For my sister's 30th birthday party, I made these along with many other recipes. I am so happy I found this...now for New Year's I am making it again. IT isn't hard and yet it doesn't look easy so that is great.
posted:
1/27/2004
I served these New Year's Eve and were a big hit! These will definately be made again and again!
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