This corn relish dip is a tasty dip that is super easy to quickly whip up and goes great as part of a platter.
This dip is certainly a winner whenever I have made it for a party. It is super easy to do and tastes a lot better than the dip you can buy at the supermarket. It is also super easy to quickly whip so you won’t be spending hours preparing this one.
This is obviously best as a dip but you can also use it for other things such as a spread on a sandwich. It’s totally up to you but I always have it a dip with some crackers, carrot sticks or even celery sticks.
You want to use a smooth corn relish for the best result as a super lumpy will not mix very will into the cream cheese. There are quite a few brands that have the consistency that you will need. You can pick up the same type that I use over at somewhere like Amazon.
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Corn Relish Dip Recipe
- 125g (4 ½ Oz) Corn Relish
- 250g (9 Oz) Cream Cheese (Room Temperature)
- In a food processor, add the corn relish and the cream cheese.
- Blitz until the mix is smooth.
- Serve & Enjoy
- This dip goes amazing with the usual crackers, celery sticks, carrot sticks or even chips. If you want, you can follow our homemade tortilla chips recipe and just make your own chips.
- You should find that this dip will last for a week covered in the refrigerator. It is possible it could last longer but I personally would give it maximum of a week.
- Getting the cream cheese to room temperature is pretty important as it will help ensure the dip is blended correctly. If the cream cheese is too cold then you can warm it slightly in the microwave for a few seconds.
- If you’re looking for another dip to go with alongside this one, then be sure to check out our easy French onion dip recipe.
- You will notice the difference between good quality and bad quality cream cheese. If possible, try and find the best cream cheese you can get (If it doesn’t cost too much).
- If you don’t have any cream cheese, then you can substitute it with sour cream. If you find it a bit too rich, then just add a bit of sour cream.
I hope that you enjoy this incredibly easy corn relish dip recipe. If there is any feedback, tips or anything else that you would like to say about this recipe then feel free to leave a comment below.