Yield: Yields 35 to 40 hors d'oeuvres.
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Make Ahead Tips
To bring this hors d’oeuvre to a party, pack the apple mixture, the endive, and the hazelnuts separately and quickly assemble them once you arrive (don’t make the apple mixture more than an hour ahead). Also, you can toast and chop the hazelnuts for up to one month in advance and freeze them in an airtight container.
Very good. I used toasted pistachio nuts instead of hazelnuts. Be sure to mix at the last minute before assembling. The first time I mixed it too early and it got runny. This was the hit at the party!!
Big hit at the party. Many people asked for the recipe.I added a little bit of sugar to the apple, mayo mix.
There was not a single endive wedge left within 20 minutes of serving this AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS appetizer. A definite must for our next dinner party.
i agrree that this reicpe is a sure winner for an elegant app. i have used walnuts when i couldn't find/didn't have hazelnuts with excellent results.
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