Calling all dill pickle lovers, this salad recipe is for you! This CREAMY DILL PICKLE PASTA SALAD has the tangy flavour of crunchy pickles, fresh dill, cheese, mayo and sour cream. It's the perfect Dill Pickle Pasta Salad is the perfect side for any BBQ or summer meal! #pastasalad #dillpicklesalad #salad #saladrecipe #easyrecipe #sidedish
Soup lovers online are going crazy for this unique and somewhat mind-boggling dill pickle soup recipe. Check it out here.
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Pickle soup? Heck yeah – and it's really good, too! This easy recipe for dill pickle soup is ready to change some minds.
Calling all pickle lovers! A tangy and creamy dill pickle salad dressing recipe made with pickle juice, avocado, and olive oil.
Dill Pickle Cornbread Muffins: Sweet cornbread muffins have a hint of savory with the addition of chopped dill pickles and a slathering of dill pickle butter.
Dill Pickle Pasta Salad is literally my favorite pasta salad ever! In this creamy pasta salad recipe, dill pickles play a starring role and add tons of flavor and crunch! This recipe is even better when it's made ahead of time making it the perfect potluck dish!
A lot of people have never heard of this soup, and many others seem to make funny faces just at the mention of its name. I have to give credit to my mom for teaching me how to make this soup. Howe…
This soup does not taste how you would expect it to. It’s creamy, hearty and delicious. The pickle juice is rich in antioxidants and is thought to keep your blood sugar in check, it’s good for your gut and it will help your muscles after a work out. In addition to various other health benefits. I modified this recipe from hundreds that are on the internet. It’s great for lunch or dinner. Prep Time – 20 Minutes Cook Time – 1 Hour Makes about 12 servings Difficulty Level ~ Easy Stores for One Week ~ Freezes Well Ingredients 2 C chopped dill pickles 1 yellow onion, diced 1 C celery, diced 1 C carrots, diced 3 Idaho potatoes peeled and diced 2 T butter 6 C chicken stock or broth 4 T fresh dill, minced or 2 T dried 1 C sour cream 2 C dill pickle juice 2 T flour 1/2 C hot water Salt Pepper 1 T dry mustard Couple of shakes of nutmeg, cayenne, cinnamon, ground ginger, all spice 3 Fresh Bay Leaves (must be fresh) Steps In a large stock pot sauté onions, carrots and celery in butter until soft. Add the chicken broth, potatoes and pickles, bring to a boil, reduce to simmer, add the pickle juice, the dill and bay, and all the dried seasonings. Simmer for 45 minutes. In a bowl add the flour and hot water and whisk until it’s a smooth paste then whisk in the sour cream. Lower heat on soup to low. Remove the three bay leaves. I add in the sour cream flour mix a little at a time running my immersion blender the whole time. This makes the soup Creamy with no chunks and the flour mixture doesn’t get floppy. If you like chunks or don’t have an immersion blender. You can use a whisk but make sure you whisk rapidly while adding the sour cream mixture. Simmer for ten more minutes and you’re done! I finish the soup off with more dill, a couple pickles slices on each bowl and some fresh black pepper. Enjoy!
Pickle Soup. I know it sounds strange, but it is really so amazing that you will crave it!