Very good and easy to make. I eat it with carrot sticks, celery sticks, green bell pepper strips, cherry tomatoes and/or cucumber slices. I myself make this with light rather than nonfat Miracle Whip or mayo, because I don't like nonfat, which to my mind tastes quite different--however, if you don't mind the taste of nonfat, go for it!
You have to try these at least once. They are absolutely delicious... dip them in a little ranch dressing and you'll be addicted!
Use your favorite cucumber pickles (I've only tried Dills, but Sweets might be good too!)
Quick dip that is full of flavor--tangy, sweet, and a bit spicy. I especially love it with pretzels, but it is actually quite versatile and it also good as a sauce on pork or chicken. The recipe was published in a local newspaper several years ago.
A true Southern delicacy! I didn't know I even liked Pimento Cheese! This stuff is addictive... so addictive I am having a lock installed on my refrigerator (not to keep me out - but in case the neighbors find out!). I have picked at Pimento Cheese spreads at parties and potlucks but never have the desire to make my own... and then I was asked if I would make a batch for a friend...This is a cross between her mom's recipe and my creativity. Great on Celery Sticks, Crackers, Bread... even straight out of the bowl! Even picky four year olds liked it!
I got this recipe off of "Everyday Italian" with Giada De Laurentiis. TALK about GOOD!! I made it for my husband (who is a ONLY meat and potatoes kind of guy) and he flipped! It's even better than cheese sticks...and who can top that?
After numerous attempts to make a tasty, with a bit of heat and bite using Jalapeno peppers, I finally developed what I consider a great sauce.
This sauce is great with a steak, chicken or pork chops.
The preparation of the sauce is very simple.