My DD is always aware of the latest trends in food and she told me that "this year's" appetizer was dill pickle dip. I took it to a do last night. It was very good although I'm not sure it is a "stand alone" dip (i.e. that is the only appetizer) but it was good as a part of an assortment of dips and nibbles. It certainly is easy and with a block of cream cheese in the fridge, you can make it quickly. It is best served with Ruffles type potato chips, however.
Dill Pickle Dip
8 ounces of cream cheese at room temperature
2 dill pickles chopped finely
2 T. dill pickle juice
2 t. dill weed
Mix all together, cover and chill at least two hours before serving. Let come to room temperature before serving.
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Ooooh....I bet green olive dip would be better! I love olives! I always run olives through the KitchenAid food processor as I'm grating cheese for pimento cheese. That and some of the olive brine gives an extra flavor to pimento cheese.
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This is nice and easy. Thanks for sharing.
I've spread cream cheese dip on whole pickles (Claussens) and wrapped a slice of ham around the pickles, chill, then slice the pickles.
Makes for a pretty appetizer. Can't go wrong with a pickle and cream cheese IMO
There is also a dip I've had like the ham/pickle rollups.
dried beef, chopped
pickle juice to thin a little
Martha, the dip sounds good! I have made a recipe similar to the one you posted, but I'm pretty sure I added some diced onion, and less dill weed, if my memory is correct. I haven't made the dip in over a year, so I'm not sure of the exact amount of onion and dill I added. But after seeing your thread about the dip, I'm going to have to make this again. Martha, thank you for sharing this recipe!This message has been edited. Last edited by: 1DomesticGoddess,
Sherry, since you love olives as much as I do, I thought I'd share the following link to make cream cheese and olive party sandwiches. The mixture is great to use as a dip, and serve with crackers, if your not in the mood for tea sandwiches. The lady who posted this recipe, is an amazing cook by the way, and I enjoy her recipes. My daughter and I love this recipe, and we enjoy the mixture on crackers as well as in sandwiches.
CREAM CHEESE AND OLIVE PARTY SANDWICHES
http://www.food.com/recipe/cre...ty-sandwiches-260183This message has been edited. Last edited by: 1DomesticGoddess,
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