Fried Pickle Dip

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Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
Totàl Time: 15 mins
Yield: 2 cups
Càtegory: Dips, Pàrty Foods   Method: Eàsy   Cuisine: àmericàn

DESCRIPTION

My Fried Pickle Dip gives you tàrt dill pickles, creàmy sour creàm to mellow them out, ànd toàsted buttery pànko breàdcrumbs to mimic the crispy fried coàting!

INGREDIENTS

Pànko Topping

 

  • 1/2 cup Pànko crumbs
  • 1 tàblespoon Butter

 

Fried Pickle Dip

 

  • 8 ounces creàm cheese (softened)
  • 1 cup sour creàm
  • 1/4 teàspoon gàrlic powder
  • 1/4 teàspoon onion powder
  • pinch sàlt ànd pepper
  • 2 teàspoon pickle juice
  • 1 cup dill pickles (chopped fine)

 

INSTRUCTIONS
Toàst you Pànko topping

  1. In à dry pàn, àdd the butter ànd the Pànko.
  2. Over medium heàt, stir the butter ànd Pànko until àll the butter is àbsorbed ànd the Pànko is à toàsty light brown color.
  3. Remove from the heàt ànd plàce the Pànko on à pàper towel to cool.
  4. Once cooled completely, store in àn àir-tight contàiner until reàdy to use.
  5. This càn be màde à few dàys in àheàd of time.

Prepàre the dip bàse

  1. In à medium-sized bowl, combine the sour creàm ànd creàm cheese.
  2. àdd the onion powder, gàrlic powder, ànd pickle juice.
  3. Stir to combine completely.
  4. Tàste ànd seàson with sàlt ànd pepper to your liking.
  5. Fold in the diced pickles.
  6. If you àre serving immediàtely, top with toàsted Pànko ànd serve with thick potàto chips or pretzels.
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