This corn relish dip recipe is so easy, it may just be the most basic recipe in my jam-packed family recipe collection.
The dip, on the other hand, reaches dizzy heights of tastiness.
It’s so good that I’ve never tired of it in 30+ years. It’s one of those things in life that is almost too good to be true!
Two ingredients: is that all?
Yes, there’s just two ingredients required to whip up this recipe.
Both should be readily available at the supermarket if you don’t already have them in your pantry and fridge.
What are these magic ingredients?
You’ll need a jar of corn relish and a block of cream cheese.
Making Easy Corn Relish Dip
It really is absolutely simple to make this dip.
Cut the cream cheese in blocks, add the corn relish and beat in a stand mixer for two minutes.
Spoon it out into a pretty bowl and add a simple green herb garnish for colour. I’ve used mint here but parsley or chives also work well.
Now just choose your favourite crackers and enjoy!
Can I substitute the ingredients?
Below in the comments you’ll read some lovely variation ideas from our community.
Some like to use sour cream instead of cream cheese.
Others use their homemade relish or gherkin relish instead of the corn relish.
You could also make it healthier by serving with carrot and celery sticks or other vegetables.
If you have a variation idea, I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.
Corn Relish Dip
- 250 gram block of cream cheese
- 250 gram jar of corn relish
- Chop cream cheese into blocks and put into a mixing bowl along with the corn relish.
- Beat on high in a stand mixer for two minutes.
- Done. All you have to do now is enjoy it with your favourite crackers!