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Hi Everyone, It's been quite awhile since I was last on so pray all is well with you. Do any of you great VBBers out there have a recipe for homemade Sandwich Spread like the kind sold in grocery stor
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SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 10/21/2010 8:26 PM EDT
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Hi Everyone, It's been quite awhile since I was last on so pray all is well with you. Do any of you great VBBers out there have a recipe for homemade Sandwich Spread like the kind sold in grocery stores?

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 6/22/2011 7:25 AM EDT
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I have never heard of making this yourself.  It seems like it is mostly mayo for a base, then they add pickles/relish.  I am not that crazy about it, but my Dad loves it.

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posted at 6/23/2011 2:19 PM EDT
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Thousand Island dressing is similar just thinner in consistency,maybe add a little mayo.I would think that it is made with mayo,ketchup and sweet pickle relish,I have used this on Rubins when I'm out of Thousand Island.

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posted at 6/23/2011 3:54 PM EDT
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it was great tasting.

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posted at 6/23/2011 4:30 PM EDT
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Depending on the sandwich I make a spread that works for the sandwich.
For some I do the mayo a bit of sour cream or Greek style yogurt and relish.  I use that on lots of different sandwiches.
I like making a ham spread, Toss in a blender or processor ham, pickles a bit of mustard and a bit of mayo.  It is sort of like a Deviled Ham spread.
For beef sandwiches I make a mayo/sour cream and horseradish spread. If it is just for me I use quite a bit of horseradish.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 6/23/2011 4:56 PM EDT
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I'd also love to find a recipe for this!

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 6/23/2011 9:19 PM EDT
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OK,I went looking around again and found a copy cat recipe for sandwich spread,I think this might be the one you are looking for: 16oz. miracle whip, 8 oz. sweet pickle relish squeeze out most of the moisture,strain it.so it won't make the spread runny,just enough ketchup to make it pink in color.Refrigerate.I haven't made this myself but I think it will be similar.But like Nikki said they are many dressings for sandwiches,ones that go good with a particular sandwiches.My husband used to use this type of spread on balogna sandwiches.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 6/24/2011 5:59 AM EDT
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The one I have eaten (for over 60 years)  uses bologna, sweet pickles & Miracle Whip.  I made a small batch last month, I used 1# bologna & 2 pickles (put through nut grinder, salad shooter or what ever you use to grate cabbage or cheese) & add enough Miracle Whip to make it spreadable like tuna salad. You can use sweet relish instead.

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 6/24/2011 6:01 AM EDT
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I just realized that you might not mean the sandwich spread sold at the deli & mean the spread in a jar that is used instead of Miracle Whip.  Which one did you mean?

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 6/26/2011 2:00 AM EDT
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I made the sandwich spread but I only made half a recipe and I must say very similar to what I remember I use to buy this when we were first married we liked it on bologna sandwiches. 1 cup of miracle whip,1/2 cup of sweet pickle relish drained well I used my small metal strainer and pressed it well.Just enough ketchup to make it pink.Store in refrigerator.I looked in my store and they don't carry it any longer.

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posted at 6/26/2011 9:07 AM EDT
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Never buy sandwich spread just don't use it

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posted at 6/26/2011 10:02 AM EDT
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i make my own mayo , ketchup sweet relish thats the only one i know

Re: SANDWICH SPREAD

posted at 6/26/2011 2:31 PM EDT
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Like Mary L., I don't make sandwich spread .... never use it.   
I do remember being a child and having it made from Miracle Whip and pickle relish.

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posted at 6/26/2011 5:00 PM EDT
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I remember my parents making a sandwich spread that was made of balogne, a little bit of onion, sweet pickles and mayo.  The onion and pickles along with the balogne were put through a food grinder.  Now, of course, we have food processors.  I remember this being a very tasty sandwich.

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posted at 6/27/2011 9:13 AM EDT
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After Easter I posted a sandwich recipe for Ham salad that was so good,it was ground ham,mayo,sweet pickle relish,chopped onion ,celery and a little mustard.it was just like the ham salad that I used to purchase in the deli at the store where I worked.I'm sure this would be equally good useing ground balogna.If anyone wants this recipe I will post it again.

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posted at 8/19/2011 10:00 PM EDT
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