I have had cucumber sandwiches before, but these are the best. We had this for lunches the past 3 days along with "Sneak in the Veggies Cheddar Cheese Soup". This is also great on butter crackers. Thanks for posting. Toni in Colorado
I made the mixture without the cucumber, spread it on the bread and then added slices of cucmber to make cucumber sandwiches for 60 at a tea party. I wanted the texture of full slices of cucmber, rather than having it all blended together. I just let the cream cheese sit out for a short time to soften and then mixed it with my hand mixer, which worked fine. You can adjust the garlic and dill to suit your tastes. We cut off the crusts and cut the sandwiches into triangles and got good reviews! Everyone loved them!
this was the cuke filling i was looking for...i sheredded the cukes as well...with fresh cukes this is to die for....and easy too
Thanks, Shawna. Delicious and easy!
In the south, we always made cucumber sandwiches for showers, etc., as Barbara suggested. Back then, we used cream cheese & paper thin slices of cukes. I really appreciated the additions of dill & garlic for extra flavor. Seedless cukes make it very easy & delicious! Thanks for the recipe and reminding us just how good these are!! --Ninja
Wow, this is fantastic! It is very creamy and I dipped bagels in it and it was awesome. I added some additional dill as I really like dill and it was perfect.
Refreshing on a cracker, toast or in a sandwich!!! I use plain yogurt instead of mayo to make it safer to put out at a party. It could use a bit of salt.
Good recipe! I ended up adding half of a finely chopped Vidala onion and mince garlic in with the cucumbers. The sandwiches were nice and creamy--I received a lot of compliments on these and will definitely make again! And I'm not a huge cucumber fan. :)
Pretty good. It works well as a dip and also to fill little tomatoes, but it kind of gets lost on a sandwich.