10 Good Foods To Make You Obsessed With Pickles
They are versatile—you can pickle almost anything, from vegetables to meats to fruits to baked goods. You can pickle eggs, beets, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, corn, kale, mushrooms, peas, potatoes, squash, sweet potatoes, strawberries, and zucchini. They come in countless flavors, including classic dill, sour cream & onion, chipotle lime, mango habanero, cilantro lemon basil, barbecue, and others. These are just a small sample of the options available.
Pickles have been an amazing choice for foody people to combine with different foods to enrich their taste. Here are 10 foods that will make you obsessed with pickles combination;
Bacon Cheeseburger Tater Tot Bake
This is the ultimate Bacon Cheeseburger Tots Bake recipe which is a perfect combination with pickles. We’ve taken classic comfort food and made it into a savory baked potato casserole. And we’ve added bacon, cheese, and tomatoes to give it a delicious twist.
Make your favorite burger toppings and mix them in a large bowl. Then spread them out evenly across the bottom of a greased 9×13-inch pan. Sprinkle the shredded cheese over the burgers and top with sliced tomato slices and pickles. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for forty-five to fifty minutes, or until the cheeses begin to melt and form a golden crust.
Dilly Beef Sandwiches
This unique roast beef sandwich is delicious. It’s made with a mix of flavors including chili sauce, pickle juice, and garlic. The result? A savory flavor explosion that will keep you coming back for seconds and thirds. There’s nothing ordinary about this recipe; it’s truly unlike anything else you’ve ever tried.
The key ingredient in this dilly beef sandwich is the pickles. Instead of using regular green olives, I used dill pickles instead. Dill pickles add a unique tangy flavor to the roast beef, making it taste great. Plus, the pickles add moisture which helps prevent the beef from drying out during cooking.
To give this recipe a little extra pizzazz, I added some chili sauce to the crockpot along with the pickles and garlic. Chili sauce adds a spicy kick to the roast beef, giving it another dimension.
There’s nothing ordinary about this dilly beef sandwich — it’s truly unlike anything you’ve ever tasted!
Judy’s Macaroni Salad
Judy’s Macaroni salad is a classic American side dish that’s usually made using elbow macaroni. The ingredients include mayo, pickled relish, sugar, vinegar, celery, onion, peppers, and olives. Judy’s Macaroni Salad is great served cold or at room temperature.
This recipe uses only seven ingredients and takes less than 30 minutes to prepare. The recipe doesn’t call for any special equipment, which makes it ideal for busy families. It’s healthy and delicious, and it tastes great on sandwiches, burgers, chicken salads, wraps, pizza, pasta dishes, and potato chips.
Judy’s Macaroni Salad is a classic American side that’s usually made using elbows macaroni. It’s a simple recipe that requires only seven ingredients. It’s quick and easy to make and tastes great on sandwiches, hamburgers, chicken salads, wraps, and potato chips.
These tasty little bites are delicious and addictive. They’re great finger food for parties and potlucks. Plus, they’ll keep you coming back for more!
They come in individual portions that are perfect for sharing at social gatherings. So, if your group doesn’t already enjoy pickles, you might want to consider making this recipe part of a new tradition.
Deluxe Cheeseburger Salad
Start with the base of the salad by preparing the bottom layer. Combine mayonnaise and mustard in Classic Batter Bowl and whisk until smooth. Spread the mixture evenly across the bottom of a shallow bowl. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Then add lettuce and pickles. Next, build the layers of the salad. Start with the meat. Place 4 slices of bread on a plate. Top with cheese, followed by beef. Layer tomato slices on top. Repeat the process for the second layer of sandwiches. Finally, top with bacon and onions. Press down firmly with your fingers to compact the ingredients. Cover tightly and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
Hot Ham Sandwiches
These hot ham sandwiches are great for parties, picnics, and celebrations of any kind. They’re made with buttery rolls that house savory deli meat and melted Swiss cheese, plus they come topped off with a zesty, spicy Dijon sauce. Add a side of veggies and dip, and you’ve got a hearty meal with a pickle flavor that everyone at the table will love.
Whether you’re feeding a large group or a small group of two, these perfectly delicious oven-baked sliders are a surefire way to make it a festive occasion. Their buttery rolls surround savory deli meats, melted Swiss cheese, and a tangy, spicy Dijon dipping sauce.
Topped off with a side of fresh veggies and homemade pickle chips, these delicious hot ham sandwiches are guaranteed to be a hit.
Bacon Cheeseburger Rice
This recipe combines two of my favorite foods: burgers and cheeseburgers! Bacon makes anything delicious, and adding it to this dish gives it an extra kick that will leave you obsessed with pickles.
You’ll start by sautéing ground beef in a skillet, then add a little bit of water and barbecue sauce along with onions, peppers, bowls of pickle slices, and bacon. Once the meat is cooked through, you’ll sprinkle the mixture with cheese and let it melt. Then you’ll finish it off with a quick sprinkling of pickles and bacon, and voila! A delicious burger that tastes amazing and looks cool at the same time!
Chipotle Chili Sloppy Joes
These sloppy joe sandwiches are loaded with flavor thanks to the Chipotle chili sauce, red peppers, and tomatoes that give them their kick. And because we added plenty of veggies, including carrots, a combination of dill pickles, cabbage, and lettuce, these meatloaf sliders taste great and are low in fat. Serve them hot off the grill alongside some fresh fruit and cold beer for a delicious summertime meal.
Chili Dog Pizza
These pickle lovers are going to love this recipe for chili dog pizza. It’s super simple and delicious. There are no weird ingredients like beans or tofu hidden inside. All you’ll find here are tasty Italian sausage links, crispy onions, and plenty of spicy red sauce.
You might think that making a pizza with hotdogs sounds strange, but trust me – it won’t taste anything like regular pizza at all. Plus, you’ll feel kind of bad after eating it. But if you want to enjoy this recipe, just pretend that you’re not eating hotdogs. Just eat the pizza instead.
Fish & Chips with Dipping Sauce
This recipe uses pickled cucumbers, which are commonly used as a dipping sauce for fish and chips. It’s a simple recipe that takes only 20 minutes to prepare.
You may not think that fish and chips are a healthy meal, but if you add on a dipping sauce, then you’ll feel great after eating it. Fish and chips are usually made out of white fish and deep-fried, so adding on a delicious dipping sauce makes them healthier than usual.