I found this recipe searching through one of my most prized possessions, as I’ve already mentioned on numerous occasions, my Good HouseKeeping Cook Book circa 1955. More specifically found this recipe located in the “nibblers” section.
If you were to market this recipe for today’s audience I think it would go over really well as the gluten free tea bologna sandwich. The title for that time though was “Bologna Triangles”.
It’s not as bad as one might expect, however it’s not something I would personally go to right away when arriving to a dinner party. (As I stare over to look at my cookbook I realize…..maybe these wouldn’t be the worst thing there….)
Take a peak at the recipe & I’ll let you come to your own conclusion!
1. 3oz pkg. soft cream cheese
2 tbsp. milk
1 tbsp. horse-radish
2 tsp. grated onion
1/4 tsp. tabasco
1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
1/2 lb. thinly sliced bologna, salami, or canned luncheon meat. (CANNED?!)
Combine all ingredients except bologna. Spread mixture on 5 slices bologna; stack these slices; top with unspread slice. Make second stack. Wrap each stack in waxed paper. Chill well. Then cut each stack into 8 wedges. Makes 16. “
(It only made 8……for me…)
My dad would be a fan of this dish & maybe you know someone in your life that would be too!
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Miss Semi Sweet
Marsh, Dorothy B. “Nibblers.” Good Housekeeping Cook Book. New York: Rinehart, 1955. N. pag. Print.
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Gluten Free Bologna Tea Sandwiches.