Mini Cheese and Dill Sandwiches

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Oh-so-yummy describes these dainty Mini Cheese and Dill Sandwiches best. The creaminess brought about by soft butter and cheese is beautifully complemented by the fresh aroma and flavour of chopped dill. Indeed, this starter cum snack is a delight to behold and bite into.

These mini sandwiches look best when cut into small roundels, but do not worry about wastage because you can simply powder the remaining bread into bread crumbs and store it in the refrigerator for future use. Likewise the remaining portions of the cheese slices can also be stored in the fridge to use with other dishes.

Next when you have a High Tea Party make sure these Mini Cheese and Dill Sandwiches are a part of the buffet spread, this sandwich will please guests with it's creamy-cheesy flavour packed in dainty bread roundels.

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Preparation Time:     Makes 7 mini sandwiches
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  1. Combine the butter and dill in a bowl and mix well to make a spread. Keep aside.
  2. Cut each bread slice into a 75 mm. (3”) diameter circle using a cookie cutter. Keep aside.
  3. Cut each cheese slice into a 75 mm. (3”) diameter circle using a cookie cutter. Keep aside.
  4. Place 2 bread roundels on a clean, dry surface, apply approx. 1 tsp of the spread evenly all over.
  5. Put a cheese roundel over one roundel and cover with the other roundel with the spread side facing downwards.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to make 6 more mini sandwiches.
  7. Serve immediately.

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 on 06 Dec 10 06:01 PM

A great recipe for a quick fix! Can be made in a matter of minutes. It looks and tastes gorgeous!