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April 01, 2013

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zorra

Love them! Really the prefect Party food and remind me the Spanish empanadas. Thank you for participating in BBD!

Linda

The ingredients call for tomato paste but the directions reference tomato sauce. I split the difference and put in a can of each. I think two cans of tomato paste would have made this recipe way too dry, but combined with the sauce it came out just right.

Marilyn La Jeunesse

Hi Glenna,

I would love to include this recipe on my food round-up for Mashable.com. Please email me if you're interested.

Best,

Marilyn

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