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Tea (Finger) Sandwiches Recipes by Type - Coffee/Tea - About.com
sandwiches (also known as " finger sandwiches ") are small, crustless sandwiches that can be consumed in a few bites. They are often paired with teas and ...
Vegetable Cream Cheese Finger Sandwiches Recipe - Coffee/Tea
This easy veggie cream cheese finger sandwich recipe is ideal for kids' tea parties or last minute guests. It can be prepared with a wide range of vegetables, and ...
Traditional English Tea Sandwich Recipes - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Learn to make traditional finger sandwiches with this collection of English tea sandwich recipes. It includes cucumber tea sandwiches, salmon finger sandwiches ...
Cucumber Tea Sandwiches (Recipe) - Coffee/Tea - About.com
A full afternoon tea just wouldn't be complete without at least one great tea sandwich recipe. Cucumber tea sandwiches are a classic type of English tea ...
Smoked Salmon Tea Sandwiches Recipe - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Dill and horseradish give this classic smoked salmon finger sandwich recipe a bold flavor.
Afternoon Tea Sandwiches - Finger Sandwich Recipes - Coffee/Tea
Popular tea sandwich recipes include salmon tea sandwiches, cucumber tea sandwiches and ham finger sandwiches. Learn to make these finger sandwiches ...
Salmon & Cream Cheese Tea Sandwiches Recipe - Coffee/Tea
The classic combination of cream cheese and smoked salmon isn't just good on bagels -- it can also be used for quick and easy finger sandwiches!
Cucumber Tea Sandwiches - Recipe - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Cucumber finger sandwiches are a classic afternoon tea recipe. In this cucumber tea sandwich recipe, English cucumber and white wine vinegar provide a ...
Cucumber & Cream Cheese Tea Sandwiches Recipe - Coffee/Tea
Cucumber and cream cheese finger sandwiches are a classic afternoon tea sandwich. This easy recipe is great for kids or adults.
Watercress Egg Salad Tea Sandwiches Recipe - Coffee/Tea - About ...
This watercress egg salad tea sandwich recipe is similar to the recipe used for afternoon tea at Harrods in London.