"A rich and tasty appetizer. People will request the recipe EVERY time you make it!" — Alison Brune
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grated Asiago cheese
ground black pepper
French baguette, thinly sliced
I just made this as an appetizer to dinner and my husband and I just loved it. We had just had a similar appetizer at a party and the hostess gave me the recipe but this one was more flavorful. A tip I received was toast one side of the baguette slice and then spread the topping on the reverse side and broil. A delightful appetizer. My husband insisted I send my thanks!
I must have done something wrong. These came out not as great as I had expected. The mayo completely overpowered the bread and I didn't taste any of the asiago cheese. I am not a big mayo fan, but my husband agreed with me...too much mayo. I will try this again to see if this was my blunder or if this just didn't suit our tastes...all the same. Thanks for posting.
I loved this recepe and so did eveyone at the party. Everyone asked for the recipe. I added a bunch parmesean and mozarrella cheese to the mix to make a little more gooey. It was great! Just don't walk away from the oven, they toast up pretty fast.
A great recipe. I prepared the topping 24 hours before company arrived and all I had to do is pop them in the oven. Everyone raved about this tangy appetitizer. The recipe went home with three of our guests.
Huge Hit at the party! I made them just before people started to arrive and the smell was incredible
and the taste was better. I used an Asiago/Parmesan mix which was great and you can mix
the mayo and seasoning and garlic a day or two before you serve too!
This is a great recipe! I made it yesterday for a going away barbeque for my aunt, everyone loved it! I used a small loaf of fresh Italian bread and cut the slices into finger food sized pieces after cooking them. I also lightly pre-toasted the slices, which I think is a must. Next time I might try serving this with a marinara dipping sauce! Thanks Alison!
WOW! These packed a lot of flavor per square bite. We loved them with a full-flavored red wine.
Every now and then, usually on a Sunday evening, we have what our kids call a "fun dinner". A fun dinner consists of various appetizers. Last evening we had one of those dinners and this recipe was part of the the menu. I'm pleased to say that these little puffs were a huge hit! Thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Asiago Toasted Cheese Puffs
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 73
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