Party Finger Sandwiches

Party Finger Sandwiches

Ready in 45 minutes
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Finger sandwiches are leaving tea parties and joining the happy hour crowd.

Your guests will enjoy robust flavors hiding behind a sweet and innocent face.


Ingredients

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1/4 cup stuffed green olives; (about 12 to 15 olives) finely chopped
1/2 cup cream cheese; at room temperature
10 slices White or Whole Grain bread
1/4 pound Hard salami; thinly sliced
1/4 pound Pepperoni; thinly sliced

Original recipe makes 40

Servings  

Preparation

Toast the bread lightly. Cut off the crusts, then cut the slices into 4 - 6 pieces.

Mash the olives into the cream cheese with a fork. Spread slices of the bread with the olive spread.

Cut the round slices of salami and perreroni in half (to form a 1/2 moon shape).

Placing a slice of pepperoni on top of a slice of salami, curl them around your finger to form a cone. The round edge will be the point of the cone.

Use a bit of the cream sheese mixture to "glue" the slices together and place a cone on each slice of bread.

OPTIONS:

Add some sweet pickle relish to the spread.

Substitute your favorite thin deli meat.

Peel long thin slices of carrot and chill them in a little sweet picke juice. They will curl up.

Use them (or pickled beets) instead of meat for a vegetarian version.

Notes

Look for bread labeled "Very Thin." Pepperidge Farm makes a good one in both white and wheat.

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ronda.anderson 2 years ago
Look for bread labeled 'Very Thin.' Pepperidge Farm makes a good one in both white and wheat. [I posted this recipe.]
promfh 9 years ago
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