If you love pickles but are tired of eating them all on their own, then don't fret. There are so many delicious recipes that you can create with dill pickles, and many of them are quite simple to create. This article will discuss 3 great recipes to make with dill pickles.
Tuna Fish With Mayonnaise and Dill Pickles
To spice up your regular tuna fish sandwich, you can add dill pickles. You will simply mix one can of tuna, 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise (or other sauce of your choice), and the cut up about 2 heaping tablespoons of dill pickles together. This mixture can then be placed on bread, or can be eaten alone. The dill pickles help give the mixture more flavor, and can be a delicious change from your regular tuna fish mixture. To make the mixture even more interesting, you can add kosher dill pickles, or spicy dill pickles, or substitute the mayonnaise with some spicy brown mustard.
Fried Dill Pickles
To create delicious tasting fried dill pickles, you will start by creating breading for the pickles. This breading is made up of flour, salt, and pepper. You can also throw in some bread crumbs if you would like. To prepare the pickles you will simply cut them into small circular slices. You will dip each dill pickle slice in a blended raw egg, and then into the breading. Next, you will place the pickle into the hot oil that is heated to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. You will then just want to wait until the breading is golden brown on both sides of the pickles, and then you can remove them from the hot oil. You can serve them right away so that they are nice and hot, with the perfect crunch. These fried pickles taste great when dipped into a dill pickle dip.
Dill Pickle Dip
Dill pickle dip is a super easy recipe to make when you want something to dip your chips, veggies, or whatever you would like into. This dip only requires a few ingredients and can be made in about 5 minutes. You will start with a block a cream cheese, and from there you will mix in about a 1/2 cup of cut up dill pickles, a squirt of Worcestershire sauce, and a sprinkle of dill for garnish. This will be a huge hit with guests because it has the perfect combination of sour, sweet, and spicy. You can also easily double or even triple the batch if you are making it for a large group of people.