The Most Mouth-watering Things You Can Ever do with Pickles ...

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There are lots of things to do with pickles that go way beyond putting them on a burger.

Pickles happen to be one of my favorite foods so I’m happy to try new ways of using and enjoying them.

I go for the fancy, more expensive, pickles because I think they just taste better.

You can use any pickles that you like the best for this list of things to do with pickles.

You’ll never see this humble condiment the same way again.

1. Fry Them

Fry Them

Fried dill pickles are one of the most delicious things to do with pickles.

And they’re super easy to make too!

You can use any batter recipe that you typically use for other fried foods.

I like the smoother ones better than the lumpy ones, but both taste pretty good.

Once coated in the batter, deep fry the pickles until golden brown.

Serve with ranch dressing.

2. Make a Cuban

Make a Cuban

If you’ve never had a Cuban sandwich, you are totally missing out!

They are one of the best inventions ever.

To make one, pile sliced ham, shredded pork, Swiss cheese and dill pickle slices between two slices of bread and grill the sandwich on a panini maker or wrapped in foil on the grill.

3. Make Salad Dressing

Make Salad Dressing

Before you ask, yes it tastes delicious.

I start with a salad made from lettuce, tomatoes, crumbled bacon, cooked curly fries and sliced black olives.

Then I whisk together finely diced pickles, ketchup, mustard and pickle juice.

Drizzle the mixture over the salad and enjoy.

It’s tangy and filling and a small bowl goes a long way.

But you are going to love it!

4. Stuff Them

Stuff Them

Could anything taste better than a stuffed pickle?2

I’m not sure anything could.

I like to serve these little gems at parties and events because they are so easy to make and don’t cost a ton.2

Plus everyone gobbles them up.

Cut large whole pickles in half and scoop out the seeds.

Place the pickle halves on a plate and pipe each full with pimento cheese.

Slice the pickle halves into bite sized pieces and you’re done.

Add to a Bloody Mary
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