Southern Pimiento Cheese Spread
Total TimePrep: 10 min. + chilling
Hold on to your socks! I made this and put it on Texas Toast and grill cheesed it.......wholly molly!
Can't rate until I make it, but the mere suggestion brings back memories of my childhood when pimento cheese came in a jar and we drank our morning orange juice out of "cheese glasses." Had to explain what I meant to my kids. We also had "jelly glasses," Flintstones being the favorites; they came with grape jelly used on our PB&J sandwiches for school lunches!
I like it as is! I didn't have crackers so I substituted Original flavor Bugles. Either way it's awesome!
Yummy!!! Spread on crackers topped with toasted, chopped pecans. I spread leftovers on bread, top with sliced ham and grill. So good!
Fabulous base for trying new add-ins!! Celery salt is BRILLIANT!!!! Grated onion, little Pepper Jack, large jar of roasted red peppers, pimento stuffed teeny green olives....
Great pimiento cheese spread! I loved the simplicity of it. Goes well with crackers as an appetizer or slathered on bread for a sandwich. Super easy to put together, too! I made it exactly as directed. Simple and delicious! I can see adding a dash or two of hot sauce for a little heat if you like. Will definitely make again!
One of my favorite spreads for crackers, sandwiches, even veggies. This is exactly how I've made it for years.
I love this spread. My mother-in-law added some diced onion to it. It goes great on sandwiches also.
I made up just 1/2 of this recipe for just the 2 of us.It’s everything Pimento cheese should be. Creamy, sharp and Tangy. It just needs ample chilling time. And more importantly a very Good Grade of Cheddar cheese.Hand grated cheese only no cheating by using pre shredded it will not be The Real Thing.One recipe with so many uses other then a great sandwich.TOH-VFE
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