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Cucumber Onion Dill Cheeseball | Cheeseball Appetizer Recipe

A cucumber onion dill cheeseball with a Rada Party Spreader.

Be the hit of the party with this Cucumber Onion Dill Cheeseball. It’s easy to make and features a tangy taste that’s heavenly when spread on a cracker!

Cucumber Onion Dill Cheeseball Recipe

Ingredients you will need:

In a mixing bowl, place 8 oz of softened cream cheese. Add 2 tablespoons butter or margarine. Add 1/4 teaspoon Rada Quick Mix Cucumber Onion Dill Dip, making it a heaping teaspoon if you desire a stronger flavor.

Kristy with dill mix

Blend ingredients together.

Mixing dill mix

Place in refrigerator for 1 hour.

Stirring sour cream

Place mixture on the middle of a layer of plastic wrap. Fold the wrap over the mixture, grab both sides of the wrap, and twist around until a ball is formed.

Shaping cheeseball

Chop 1/2 cup walnuts. Try the Rada Serrated Food Chopper, a handy tool that easily breaks down food.

Chopping nuts

Unwrap cheeseball and roll in chopped walnuts, being sure to cover the entire surface.

Rolling cheeseball

Serve! If desired, re-wrap cheeseball and place in refrigerator until ready. Enjoy!

Kristy with completed cheeseball

A Garden-Fresh Dip!

Rada Quick Mix Cucumber Onion Dill Dip

The Rada Quick Mix Cucumber Onion Dill Dip is a splendid dip that your party can’t do without! It can be used to make dip, dressing, cheeseballs, and more. You won’t believe the great taste until you try it!

Stop by our Rada Quick Mix Recipes site to take a look at just a few of the many recipes you can make with the Cucumber Onion Dill Dip!

Chop Like You Mean It!

Serrated Food Chopper features

The Rada Serrated Food Chopper is a utensil you’ll find yourself using again and again! This useful device allows you to effortlessly chop a wide array of foods, even coarse and tough ones. Use it on fruits, nuts, vegetables, meats, and more! It’s made in the USA, and comes with a Lifetime Guarantee.

Visit our online store to have a Rada Serrated Food Chopper delivered directly to your door!

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For over 65 years, tens of thousands of groups have partnered with Rada Cutlery for their fundraising needs. With access to our entire catalog of high-quality, affordable cutlery and kitchen utensils, your group can make an astounding 40% profit on all sales. And with Rada’s renowned customer service, the challenge of fundraising is made much easier! Whether you’re raising funds for a church, school, sports team, or another worthy cause, Rada is your way to meet and even exceed your financial goals.

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Is Cucumber a Fruit or a Vegetable?

A pair of cucumbers.

You might think that because of its taste and appearance, cucumbers are vegetables. Actually, cucumber is a fruit! Generally, plants with seeds are considered fruits, such as cucumbers and tomatoes, even though they might seem to be vegetables.

To learn more about cucumbers, visit Wikipedia!

Cucumber Onion Dill Cheeseball Video Recipe




Cucumber Onion Dill Cheeseball Video Transcript

Hi, Kristy in the Rada kitchen, and today I want to share a recipe for a Cucumber Onion Dill Cheeseball. This is going to use our Rada Quick Mix Cucumber Onion Dill Dip. The dip is great for vegetables but I’m going to make a cheeseball to serve with crackers. People can help themselves if you put out the Rada Party Spreader. It’s a really tasty, easy recipe.

So what you need is 8 ounces of cream cheese that has been softened. Then we’re going to add to that 2 tablespoons of margarine or butter. And then a fourth a teaspoon of the Cucumber Onion Dill Dip. I’m going to make it a heaping teaspoon because it tastes so good. And we’re just going to blend that together.

So now you’ll place this in the refrigerator for an hour. After an hour we’ll come back and show you how to make it into a cheeseball.

So our cheeseball mixture has been in the refrigerator for an hour. I want to show you how you form that into a cheeseball. What’re we’re going to do is plop it onto a sheet of plastic wrap. I want to show you how to make that into a ball. So put that into the middle of it. Grab both sides and twist it. Makes it into that nice shape. I’m going to set that aside. For coating we can use fresh parsley or walnuts. I have the walnuts chopped up with the Rada Serrated Food Chopper. These I use a lot. You can chop up celery, potatoes, foods for kids. The plain edge one cuts biscuits and cookies. Anything you need to chop they can do it. They’re also available for a fundraiser. Everything I use in the Rada kitchen is available for your group to make money with.

So now we’re going to unwrap this and roll it in those nuts. It’s ready to serve or if you want to rewrap and coat it in the refrigerator until it’s ready to serve you can do that, too. And that’s a delicious Cucumber Onion Dill Cheeseball, great for any party. That’s using the Rada Quick Mix Cucumber Onion Dill Dip. Check out other Quick Mix recipes at www.radaquickmixrecipes.com

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