It has a sweet and savory taste mingled in a delicate crust so it's well worth a try.
There's always a charm in trying out new cuisines, and we have got to see many fusion styles pop up over the years. Foodies are always looking to see what the world of cooking whips up for them next. We've come from ice cream sandwiches to adding fruit on a pizza, so there's always a new dish or two that's waiting to melt in your mouths. Each person's taste is unique and it's never a bad idea to try out a new snack, even though you may not have heard of such ingredients coming together before.
We present the quirky yet interesting chocolate-covered dill pickles. Yes this is actually a thing now and you'd be surprised at how it turns out. It has a sweet and savory taste mingled in a delicate crust so it's well worth a try. This also shows you just how creative one can get when it comes to combining different foods together. See the thing is, for some of us, chocolate goes well with just about anything... especially more chocolate. The chocolate-covered pretzel was a hit, and chocolate-covered nuts turned out amazing so we are definitely trying out the dill pickle!
Speaking of the dill pickles, it has really become very popular among several food companies. According to Bolde, there is now dill pickle popcorn, Pringles, and even cocktails! Now back to the amazing fusion of the two, we had chocolate-covered dill pickles from Malley's chocolate which really made us wonder about the whole conventional and delicious treats that we love so much. They were priced at $9.75 for an 8-oz box and though it was worth a try, the reception was rather mixed.
Unfortunately, the brand isn't offering the product on the website anymore, though they would bring it back if they got enough requests. It isn't hard to make your own chocolate-covered dill pickles though. Delish in particular has an easy recipe for you to try out at home. Be sure to share the results with your friends so that the internet knows what they're like too! Decorating your pickle is optional but it's always fun to decorate. Be creative! You can decorate with M&Ms, gummies, licorice, jellybeans, etc.
The product was met with some level of intrigue and some people were definitely excited about it, but clearly it wasn't enough to keep it in the market for long. One person reacted to the announcement saying: "My dreams are finally coming true," While another added: "Shoot yeah! I’ll try them. Don’t knock things till you try them😁but I can’t find them☹️ "
havin a nice post-stream snack pic.twitter.com/ATl3lEW5pe— MiltonTPike1 (@MiltonTPike1) May 18, 2020
If the idea seems bizarre to you, feel free to pass of course as there's no doubt that this would be met with anything near-universal popularity. Pickles are often used to add a tangy flavor and if done incorrectly, the chocolate may really overpower that essence. But this notion does continue the trend of smearing chocolate around another food item. If we can see chocolate-covered dill pickles today, imagine what we can see tomorrow! (Hey, chocolate-covered potato chips aren't such a bad idea!)