Dill Pickle Dip No One Can Resist!
If you love pickles, you will want to make this Dill Pickle Dip that no one can resist. This dip is so good you might find yourself replacing ranch dip with this easy recipe. You can use this dip for all sorts of snack ideas from carrots, celery, broccoli, tomatoes and more. It's also an excellent dip recipe to use with crackers, chips, and pretzels. Instead of using the cream cheese you can use this dill pickle dip on bagels and burgers. This recipe uses simple ingredients like softened cream cheese, chopped up dill pickles, dill weed and kosher salt for full flavor. This dip is a great way to get your kids to eat their vegetables with a dip that is sure to be everyone's favorite. This dip recipe would go well with homemade dill pickles. If you've never made your dill pickle recipe before you'll want to give it a try. Some tips you will want to know before you make your dill pickle recipe include using the best quality pickles, making sure to use a pickling variety of cucumbers such as Bush Pickles or Carolina pickles. A table or slicing variety of cucumbers is always better used when they are fresh. Always choose fresh, unwaxed cucumbers. You will find that quite often pickles bought from the grocery store will have a wax finish; you want to stay away from these as they will prevent the brine from penetrating and not properly cure to make a good pickle. It is also important to use fresh whole spices for the best quality and flavor of pickles. Once you make your own dill pickles you will have a difficult time going back to store-bought.
Cream cheese seems to be an ingredient that is some of the best dip recipes. It can be used for all sorts of dessert recipes, sweet ideas to savory cooking. Cream cheese is in the same category of ingredients as other milk products, from milk, butter, cream, and yogurt. Cream cheese is also a popular addition to fancy but easy desserts, easy cheesecake recipes, the best dessert recipes ever, and to thicken sauce recipes making them more creamy. Before using cream cheese in a dessert recipe, you'll want to leave it out at room temperature so that it will soften before using, that way it will blend into the recipe more easily creating a creamy texture. Cream cheese was made throughout the country in the early 1800s on family farms, so cream cheese quantities that were initially made and distributed were usually small. Cream cheese is typically used as a spread on bread, bagels, and crackers.
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Nutrition Facts for: Dill Pickle Dip No One Can Resist from Barefeet In The Kitchen
Ingredients: Cream cheese, dill pickles, sweet yellow onion, dill weed, garlic powder, kosher salt, ground black pepper.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for one full recipe which makes about 2 cups. * Per Serving:Calories 839, Calories from Fat 717, Total Fat 79.7g 123%, Saturated Fat 50.0g 250%, Cholesterol 250mg 83%, Sodium 5114mg 213%, Potassium 422mg 12%, Carbohydrates 16.3g 5%, Dietary Fiber 4.2g 17%, Sugars 4.7g, Protein 18.7g, Vitamin A 73%, Vitamin C 9%, Calcium 21%, Iron 25%
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