Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
These were a big hit at my office Thanksgiving potluck. I did make it a little easier on myself by using sweet and dill relish instead of chopping the pickles myself. I love this combination of flavors, and so did my coworkers. I had several requests for the recipe.
Is this a Texas recipe? I remember my Mom and Grandma making this. I live not far from Santa Fe
This was really really good. A little bit sweet, and sour and rich all stirred together to create this tasty spread. No celery, no problem Crackers and toasted bread would also love this snappy spread. I cut back on the sodium by eliminating the brine from both the pickle and olives. TOH V FE. Winner by a mile.
I am not an olive fan, but my MIL introduced these to me and I love it. She makes them every Thanksgiving and Christmas! I get to take home the leftovers, I put the leftover cream cheese on bagels!
We enjoyed this with celery and crackers. I had to guess amounts, though. Actual measurements would have been nice. Olives and pickles can be very different sizes.
I'm not a fan of sweet pickles. Do you think leave them out or would I not notice?
I have prepared this twice in the last month. I love the combination of flavors and considered it a healthy snack. It may be a little messy to stuff celery.