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Yummy Yummy... we love it just like this. But for a little change... add horseradish ( from a jar) and bacon bits... stir together... put in frig. about an hour.. then spread on crackers..so Yummy.. Bacon Horseradish dip.. good for veggie tray also.

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CharliesMommy September 23, 2005

I have never liked pimiento cheese spreads from the store, but I just knew it would be good if homemade. I cut this recipe in half because I wanted to be sure my family would like it also. We enjoyed it a lot. It was good spread for a sandwich, or on bagel crisp chips. I did use garlic powder in place of the mashed garlic. The only thing I will do differently next time is add a smidge more (equal parts) of the mayo and sour cream-just a little. The spread didn't "stick together" as well the 2nd and 3rd days as it did the 1st day. However, overall we were very pleased. Thanks for sharing!

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GG913 November 26, 2011

Really good! It made too much for me, though. Next time I'll half the recipe. I used a combination of low fat/fat free ingredients and it was JUST FINE for a toasted sandwich! Very fine!

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Emily C November 17, 2009

Outstanding, Recipe Fairy. Had home-grown pimentos from my garden that I roasted, diced and added. Made this recipe into "chunky" spread. Excellent! Will try grilled sandwich for lunch! Thanks for posting.Caroline

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Caroline Cooks September 22, 2005

Recipe was very good just made a lot for two people to use up quickly. I will half the recipe now. Thanks

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maw fuller June 15, 2004
Homemade Pimiento Cheese