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  1. gsevelle

    Appetizer shells

    Thanks for the links. I'd seen the one with the small cup on e-bay but having to do one at a time seems a bit time consuming. Anyway lots to good suggestions above so will try a few over the next few weeks.
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    Appetizer shells

    Yes, I have a Rosette iron, but have not used it for years, but know the batter, however in this case looking to produce small finger food. Did a search for the Croustade irons but to $$$ for the home cook. If I was in the business I'd of jumped on them as I could call it a business expense, but as a hobby the IRS fronds on that.
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    Appetizer shells

    Had not heard the term croustade before so just did an internet search. Did not turn up a maker but did turn up a recipe that use toasted white bread, cheep and easy, will have to give it a try.
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    Appetizer shells

    My latest is to use the shells for filling and not cooking. I used mini won ton cups for both crab dip as a savory offering and a cream cheese fruit cup dusted with powdered sugar for a dessert. I also used polenta squares, deep fried for texture, for a warm topping. I'm thinking about trying shredded potatoes in the mini muffin pan crisped up. Need to see if that will works out. thanks for the tips
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    Appetizer shells

    Looking for suggestions and recipes for appetizer shells. I've used won ton skins toasted in a mini muffin pan (bland in taste but easy to make in volume) and puff pastry cups (cost to buy pre-made is high per unit or to time consuming to make). What have you done for serving 50 to 100 as a vessel for filling?
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    Orzo vs Pignolina

    I recently went shopping for Orzo and found a product by Divella labled Pignolina 71 that looks a lot like Orzo. Is it the same as orzo? I bought it and plan to use it for an orzo recipe that I am making tonight.
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