Football time! We are officially in football frenzy. Everywhere you look football is on tv. Even still Classic Football games are still being played. Reruns of the weekend’s games are being played (if you wish to watch the agony and defeat…again, unless yours was a winning team). Also, the chase is on. If you follow Nascar, the race for the chase is on. So, there is plenty to get excited about. Me, I just love to hear it on tv. I don’t get too upset over a win or loss. I just quilt, and cook, and try to train the dog for his obedience class (that’s another story for another day).
But this will definitely be on our table for tailgating at David’s games. Me oh my. Someone will have to help eat this because I could eat the whole bowl. And the cheese, this type of cheese is what makes this.
There are cheese spreads, pimento cheese recipes, but then there’s this. And I have fallen in love with this. And there’s no turning back. If you serve this, you will be the star. Trust me on this. But make sure they know there’s heat in it. In a good way. Man, oh man, oh man. Is it good.
Call it Cheese Spread, call it Pimento cheese, call it cheese dip, or serve a big dollop on your tailgate burger. Make you a Panini out of it. Or a regular sammy – or just serve a dollop by the side of your chicken salad. Dip it up with crackers. Dip it up with chips. Just serve it.
Hot Buffalo Wing Pimento Cheese
Here’s how I made it –
I bought this cheese –
I grated it up – it’s a softer cheese but it still will grate fine –
In the bowl with the grated cheese, I also grated about a teaspoon of onion. Feel free to finely chop yours. You don’t need much – just a smidgen to add another layer of flavor. I added two ounces of chopped pimentos (you can get a 2 ounce jar – just drain – if you can’t find the 2 ounce jar just use half of the four ounce jar), added about 1-2 tablespoons of worcestershire sauce (I usually add the 2 tbsp as we like the flavor), a pinch of salt and pepper (did you know adding a pinch of salt and pepper to your pimento cheese makes a big difference), and just enough mayonnaise to bring it all together. Nothing else is needed. It’s all in the cheese! Just refrigerate till you serve – if you can wait that long!
Hope you will give it a try – I found this cheese in the specialty cheese section at the commissary. You should be able to find it around town or something pretty close. Have a spiffy super duper great week!