Dill Pickle Dip
Try this delicious dill pickle dip recipe to create a fabulous dip. This dill pickle dip recipe lets you enjoy tangy and tart flavors, and the dip is great for everyday family snacking as well as perfect to bring along to the potluck or other community gatherings and big game days. Since there are only three ingredients, no cooking, and only blending, this dip recipe comes together quickly. Just pick up the three ingredients that you need to pull this dip recipe together, toss them in the blender, and you are done.
One of the ingredients is baby dill pickles. There are many brand names of dill pickles out there, and you may likely have a brand that is your favorite. Baby dill pickles are made from small cucumbers that are fermented in coarse salt water or vinegar with a variety of spices. Each method produces a different flavor in the dill pickles, and your taste buds will determine if you like them. The flavors vary a great deal in brands. Some dill pickles are heavily flavored with garlic and others are very mild. Although this recipe calls for baby dills, you could substitute regular size pickles as they get chopped up for the dip. The recipe also calls for dried beef. Dried meats are prepared in a manner so they do not require refrigeration. Some dried meats are high in sodium. Dried beef or beef jerky are sold in a variety of ways. They can come packaged in plastic or canned. An interesting fact is that canned chipped beef (dried beef) was served during World War II in a cream sauce on toast. It did not taste all that good according to reports. The dried beef of today also offers a variety in flavors, and there are some very tasty ones out there that would do well in this dill pickle dip recipe. Again it is a matter if taste testing to find the brands you like the best. The third ingredient is cream cheese. Recipes using cream cheese date back to the beginning of the mid-eighteenth century. Cream cheese is simply soft fresh unripened cheese with a high fat content, and it is made from whole milk. It is used in savory and sweet food preparation. Cream cheese although high in fat also offers a source of protein to our body.
This dill pickle dip goes well with bread, crackers, chips, tortillas and vegetables. We share this recipe with you from the blog site called An Affair from the Heart. Michaela, stay at home mother of four and food blogger has a large variety of recipes on her website and has them nicely categorized.It is an easy site to navigate with great photos and ideas. You will be able to browse through her main dish recipes, drink recipes, appetizers & snack recipes, dessert recipes, bread and sandwich recipes as well as entertaining and seasonal recipes. You will also find tips on entertaining as well as crafty gift ideas.
Nutrition Facts for:Dill Pickle Dip from An Affair From The Heart
Ingredients: Cream cheese, dried beef, baby dill pickles.
* 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 2107, Calories from Fat 1575, Total Fat 175.0g 269%, Saturated Fat 105.9g 529%, Cholesterol 727mg 242%, Sodium 6990mg 291%, Potassium 1672mg 48%, Carbohydrates 22.3g 7%, Dietary Fiber 5.4g 22%, Sugars 5.7g, Protein 113.2g, Vitamin A 139%, Vitamin C 7%, Calcium 37%, Iron 307%
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