Stuffed Dill Pickles
- Prep: 1 hr
1Cut ends from both sides of pickles; cut pickle in half. Using a potato peeler or a sharp knife, carefully core out the center of each pickle; discard.
2On a double layer of paper towels, let pickles stand cut side down for at least 30 minutes to allow liquid to drain from pickle.
3Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, combine the cream cheese, salmon, garlic, Sriracha sauce and Worcestershire Sauce.
4Place cream cheese mixture into a resealable plastic bag, cut a small end from one corner. Squeeze bag to fill inside of pickle. Wrap each pickle in plastic wrap and chill for at least 2 hours or until cream cheese is firm.
5Cut each pickle half into 3 slices. Arrange on a serving platter; serve cold.
Cook’s Note: Make the dill pickles from fresh pickling cucumbers and Mrs. Wages® Dill Pickles Quick Process® Pickle Mix or buy prepared Dill Pickles at the store to save time.
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