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Classic Dried Beef Pickle Dip

Classic Dried Beef Pickle dip is a recipe classic. A twist on the beef roll-ups with pickle dip you can make this up in 10 minutes and have it ready for Gameday or a snack to serve during game nights!

Classic Dried Beef Pickle dip is a recipe classic. A twist on the beef rollups with pickle dip you can make this up in 10 minutes and have it ready for Game day or a snack to serve during game nights!

Classic Dried Beef Pickle Dip is a twist on the beef roll-ups your mom would make as a kid with the dried beef roll-ups (here is an example of the beef pieces from Hormel here) Its the dried beef that most people use to make chipped beef on toast.  (I need to put my moms recipe for SOS  aka, chipped beef on toast on my website but until then, this recipe from Mr. Food is a really good one!)

We make this as a last-minute snack if people are coming over after work or a long day watching my niece at some event.  The advantage of this dip is that I usually have everything in the house to make it so I don’t have to plan ahead much.

Classic Dried Beef Pickle dip is a recipe classic. A twist on the beef rollups with pickle dip you can make this up in 10 minutes and have it ready for Game day or a snack to serve during game nights!

I will warn you though, its kind of addictive. We had one batch for Friday night cocktails and it was gone so quickly I had to whip up another one before the night was over.  Again, the advantage that the things to make it are pretty much in stock in my kitchen is a big bonus!

Appetizer Artichoke dip, Tomato Burrata Salad, Crab Dip

Looking for other last-minute appetizers to serve?  Check out my recipes for Artichoke Feta Dip,   Tomato burrata salad or this Cheesy Crab dip from my friend Kathy at Lemon Blossoms Blog!

Classic Dried Beef Pickle dip is a recipe classic. A twist on the beef rollups with pickle dip you can make this up in 10 minutes and have it ready for Game day or a snack to serve during game nights!

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Yield: 10

Classic Dried Beef Pickle dip

Classic Dried Beef Pickle dip is a recipe classic. A twist on the beef rollups with pickle dip you can make this up in 10 minutes and have it ready for Game day or a snack to serve during game nights!

Classic Dried Beef Pickle dip is a recipe classic. A twist on the beef rollups with pickle dip you can make this up in 10 minutes and have it ready for Game day or a snack to serve during game nights!

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. You can use a mixer or blend this by hand.  Either way works.
  2. In the base of a bowl place all ingredients and mix until well combined.  Serve with chips, pretzels, or slices of bread.  
  3. Dip will store for up to a week if you have any left, although you will have to stir before serving.  The pickles sweat some of their liquid requiring you to stir it back into the dip.  You can make this ahead of time, the flavors meld better if they have time.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

10

Serving Size:

10 Servings

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 128Saturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 43mgSodium: 237mgCarbohydrates: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 5g

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jules

Tuesday 31st of December 2019

This dip is so creamy and delicious and so much easier to make than those little rolls! I'm making this one for our Super Bowl Party!

shelly

Monday 16th of October 2017

can you tell me what is dry beef? is it Jerky?

Michele

Monday 16th of October 2017

Hi Shelly! Technically Jerky is dried beef but for this recipe there is a product by Hormel called dried beef that will work better. Jerky is much tougher, stronger. The texture of the dried beef I use is like a pepperoni slice... actually this would work equally well with pepperoni, or super thin sliced salami. Here is a link to the actual product I used ... https://www.amazon.com/Hormel-Dried-Ground-Formed-Sliced/dp/B0005ZWVQQ. Hope this helps! ~m

Jeff

Tuesday 22nd of August 2017

sounds weird - tastes great

Michele

Thursday 24th of August 2017

Weird is right, but it somehow works great! ~m

Ashley @ Big Flavors from a Tiny Kitchen

Tuesday 15th of August 2017

So I went to the store to get supplies to make this for my family this week and wanted to double check to see if the amount of dried beef is correct - is it really 9 ounces? That seems like a TON (it's 2 of the LARGE jars from the store) so I wanted to check before making it. Looking forward to this one!

Michele

Tuesday 15th of August 2017

Ashley~. You are so right... it is only 5 ounces. I just amended the recipe card...That will teach me to write up the recipes in a red eye flight.... Thank you for pointing that out. ~m

Julie

Friday 11th of August 2017

I love everything about this dip! I grew up eating dried beef on toast and the idea of it as a dip sounds amazing. I always thought when I grew up I was going to buy it so I could have the whole package to myself. Haven't done that yet!

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