Charcuterie Pickle Rollups Quick Appetizer

Quick and Easy Appetizer: Pickle Wrap Roll-Ups

Looking for a quick and easy appetizer to bring to your next party? Pickle Roll-ups are a no fail appetizer that you can prep in 10 minutes and make days ahead of time.

My brother Dave is a champ at making these for our family gatherings.

All you need is sliced corned beef or pastrami, whole kosher pickles and cream cheese. Dry the pickles with a paper towel.

Dave’s big tip is to slightly freeze the cream cheese so you can slice it easily with a cheese cutter, rather than trying to spread the cheese which can be difficult because sometimes the meat will rip in the process.

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Quick and Easy Appetizer: Pickle Wrap Roll-Ups
Prep Time
10 mins
Total Time
10 mins
 


Course: Appetizer
Author: WoodFromTheHood
Ingredients
  • 3/4 Pound Sliced Corn Beef or Pastrami I like to pick mine up locally at Surdyk's Deli
  • 1 Jar Kosher Dill Whole Pickles Medium to Large Sized
  • 8 Ounce Block of Cream Cheese
Instructions
  1. Lay a piece of meat (flat) on your Charcuterie Board.

  2. Slice a very thin section of cream cheese horizontally off the top of the cream cheese block with a cheese cutter - yielding a 2" wide x 4" long thin piece of cream cheese. (Tip: if you slightly freeze the cream cheese it is easier to slice thin).

  3. Place the thin slice of cream cheese on the meat.

  4. Dry a whole pickle with a paper towel.

  5. Place pickle horizontally on the short end of the meat/cream cheese slice and gently roll the pickle from end until it's all wrapped in a blanket of yummy cheese and meat.

  6. Place finished pickle wraps whole in the fridge in a sealed container.

  7. When ready to serve, slice pickle wraps in 1/4 inch slices.

  8. Arrange on your Charcuterie Board and serve.

Charcuterie Pickle Rollups Easy Appetizer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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