Thank you all for continuing to join me on my crazy and delicious dill pickle adventure. You know, the journey where I make dill pickle stuff, like this Dill Pickle Dip and we eat and talk about it like old friends. Yes, our relationship is so complicated. See this recipe made on video here.
Dill pickles are truly an obsession of mine and I love that I have been able to take you all on this mouth-puckering, sour ride. Some of you have come along easily, skipping and smiling with me the whole way. Others (you know who you are) have done a little kicking and screaming and bad behavior kind of stuff, but were willing to try and found yourselves deliciously surprised. I'm so proud of you!
Obviously, those of who do not enjoy dill pickles, will not be fans of this recipe. It is for pickle lovers!! An exclusive really. Dill pickle lovers unite!! Are you with me??
Do you see all the little bits of pickle in there? It makes my mouth water just looking at it. We love dipping into this dip with thin pretzels and shoving the dip into our mouths. Yes shoving. Sorry for the visual, but it's true, we like to shove it. Oh, carrots are good for dipping too. But pretzels...yay!
And you know what else? Serve this as a relish or maybe as a tartar sauce next to salmon. Oh my gosh, you will be so happy you did.
Chop your pickles into little bits like you see here.
Enjoy every bite. Every. Single. One.
Don't wait for game day or some silly occasion to make this...just do it....soon!
This will be your new, favorite, go-to appetizer.....pinkie swear.
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Dill Pickle Dip
- 1 (8 oz) package cream cheese, softened
- 1/3 cup diced red onion
- 1/4 cup pickle juice
- 2 teaspoons finely chopped garlic
- 1 teaspoon Old Bay seasoning
- 1 teaspoon coarse ground pepper
- 2 cups diced pickles
- In a large bowl add cream cheese, red onion, pickle juice, garlic, Old Bay seasoning and pepper. Combine with a hand mixer. Add pickles and continue mixing until fully combined. Refrigerate at least 3 hours and up to three days before serving.
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