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This was different for us, but enjoyed. I used a spicier baby pickle & like the contrast with the creaminess. I blotted the pickles after dicing to remove excess moisture. Made for Spring 2010 pick A Chef.

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Susie D April 23, 2010

I love this dip! However, when I made it I thought it looked a little thick with just cream cheese so I threw in a little sour cream. This made it a little more "dip-able". Great with some good garlicky pickles. Yum!

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erinchelsea December 21, 2010

The Pickle wrap dip is very easy to make other than the chopping, which I hate, but it was worth the time. Very good. I tried to skimp on the beef because I hadn't bought enough the first time at the store. It was very salty I then added the rest of the beef and that took care of the salty taste. Problem is you can't leave it alone. Very good.....

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jetskigma November 26, 2014

I really like this spread on Triscuit crackers. The beef I used was Land O Frost. Letting it sit in refrigerator several hours before serving is key. Great recipe!

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Karen R. July 11, 2014

I used ham instead of roast beef and it was fantastic! Just like pickle roll-ups. A keeper.

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Denise G. May 27, 2014

Sinfully good! I used reduced-fat cream cheese to make this slightly (hah) better diet-wise. When I tasted the dip immediately after putting everything together, it was very salty. I was a bit worried it was too salty to serve. However, by the next day, the dip was perfect and not too salty at all -- so I recommend making it the night before it's served. It's not the lightest dip, so to balance that out, I served it with celery sticks -- perfection!

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Kathy :-( May 27, 2014

I made this for a cookout today and it was a big hit! I made it "lighter" by using 1/3-less-fat cream cheese, and I also added 1/2 cup light sour cream to make it more creamy/dip-able. Delicious!! Thanks for posting the recipe--much easier than actually making pickle wraps!

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Megan B. May 27, 2014

Thanks grungezombie! I love this exactly as written. <br/><br/>I didn't change a thing. <br/><br/>The whole family loves it, even the picky ones!

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By The Lake November 26, 2013

This was great! Made for PAC 2010. Now first off, I am actually a fan of the famous Buddig beef ball with cream cheese scallions etc that has been around for years. However, I never liked Ritz for some reason, but any cracker works fine. Secondly, I love pickles so I saw this and I had to try this. I loved it. My only suggestion is I like a little onion flavor size I used a shallot which had a bit of sweetness. My friends and I loved it. Had it for lunch today. I did use Pepperidge Farm hearty wheat crackers which are my favorite, but it didn't change the dip. Sorry, just not a Ritz fan. Thx for a great twist on a classic dip. Kim

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SarasotaCook April 19, 2010
Pickle Wrap Dip