I have not tried a peanut butter sandwich with DILL pickles on it, however, I LOVE my peanut butter sandwiches with sliced up sweet gherkin pickles on it! :)
These are really good. I tell people about them and they say 'eww' but they haven't tried them. I like the variation of adding thinly sliced onion to the peanut butter and pickle sandwich. I toast the bread, butter it, then put on the peanut butter, the pickle and the sliced onion. Also, peanut butter and sweet pickle relish sandwiches with a couple drops of Sri Racha Asian Hot sauce I find to be good.
I grew up on peanut butter and pickle sandwiches... for me, it has to be white bread, has to be Vlasic Kosher Dill spears or Sandwich Stackers (can't be hamburger dills, they don't taste the same), and it's always eaten with a tall glass of chocolate milk, LOL.
I eat these all time and I am not even pregnant! LOL Seriously, my sis and I ate these all the time as kids. Sometimes, now, if I am in hurry, I get a scoop of pnut butter on a spoon and a kosher dill pickle and just eat it right up! Thanks for posting a nostalgic recipe, Koolio.
My grandmother made these 50 years ago. She generally used a sweet bread and butter pickle. Needless to say, this recipe continues to be passed on from generation to generation.
I've been eating these for years! YUMMY! Thanks for spreading the love to the Zaar world :) Everyone should try this just once!
Great sandwich! I've eaten these all my life and my kids love them too. Try this with wrap bread and fresh cucumber, seeded, cut into lengthwise strips and dressed with a little salt. Fabulous!
Surprisingly good. :) I have loved dill pickles all my life, so I'm always looking for new ways to enjoy them. This was pretty good.
This has beef one of my favorite sandwiches for a long time. You will most definitely get a few "that's disgusting" comments, but don't you mind them; this is wonderful. I'm not much of a peanut butter fan (makes me feel like I'm choking) but this gives it just the right amount of moistness. It's like jelly for the sweet/salty fan club.
So glad you posted this . I been eating these since I was a child. I use to eat these when I had a dinner and some of the customers would turn up there noses . Till I gave them a taste. Then they started asking for them I finally but them on the menu. Thanks