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Pimiento Cheese
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Post# 967662   11/13/2017 at 06:29 by johnrk (Houston)        

Being Southern, of course I love pimiento cheese. I grew up eating it in sandwiches and usually at church things someone would plop some in celery troughs.

I like Price's brand best these days, used to get Leo's but it's gone. Wal-Mart sells Mrs. Weavers which isn't that good unless I'm desperate.

Does anyone on here have a truly good recipe for making pimiento cheese? I bet I've made a hundred over the years and while some were pretty good, a lot were just plain awful.





Post# 967679 , Reply# 1   11/13/2017 at 08:50 by vacerator (Macomb, Michigan)        
Is all cheese really cheese?

No. Velveta for example is a cheese food. It has some milk, but is mostly hydrogenated oil.
This affects texture and flavor.
I'd buy real cheddar cheese, or any other you like, a jar of pimentos in olive oil,
or drain them and add some with your chopped or shredded cheese in a food processor or blender.


Post# 967688 , Reply# 2   11/13/2017 at 10:25 by Frigilux (The Minnesota Prairie)        

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Here's my go-to Pimiento Cheese recipe.

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Post# 967741 , Reply# 3   11/13/2017 at 16:16 by washerboy (Little Rock Arkansas)        
I like it plain

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don't care for sweet or spice. I make the below at least a couple times a month..very simple.

1 block of grated extra sharp cheddar cheese [ do not use the already grated]
1 large jar of pimientos drained
cracked black pepper to taste
enough mayo { okay..whatever you like..Kraft, Helman's or Dukes..I use Helman's}
to bind everything together.
chill for a few hours before serving


Post# 967743 , Reply# 4   11/13/2017 at 16:18 by johnrk (Houston)        
Thanks!

I've made that as done by 'washerboy'. As stated, simple and easy to do.

I'm going to try that sent by 'frigilux'.





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