Popular Burger Toppings | Pimento Cheese Recipe

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A wonderful blend of cheese, mayonnaise and pimentos
my Pimento Cheese Recipe is perfect for burgers, grilled cheese,
as well as a spread or dip! My grandmother’s super simple recipe
is smooth, creamy, flavorful and very versatile! 

Pimento Cheese Recipe

I am so glad that warmer weather is finally here and we can get outside and grill. Our favorite food to grill is the All-American hamburger! Burgers just never go out of style! Don’t you love that every area of the country does it a little different?!

Popular Burger Toppings | Pimento Cheese Recipe

Here in the Southern U.S., you’ll find fried onion rings, friend green tomatoes, friend pickles or jalapenos, chili and, of course, bacon on our burgers. You may even find all of these on the same burger!

We love Pimento Cheese on our burgers! What is Pimento Cheese you ask? It’s a spread made with cheese, mayonnaise and pimentos. Those three ingredients are the basic components of Pimento Cheese, then there all kinds of different add-ins! 

I prefer this basic Pimento Cheese on my burger. This is my grandmother’s classic pimento cheese recipe using a processed cheese. It’s smooth and creamy and melts beautifully over a hot burger!

Pimento Cheese Recipe

Pimento Cheese Recipe
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Serves: 2½ cups about 8 servings
 
Processed cheese shreds much easier when it's very cold! A 8 ounce block of processed cheese will yield just over 2 cups shredded. Use this Pimento Cheese recipe on sandwiches, burgers, as a dip or spread.
Ingredients
  • 8 ounce processed cheese, shredded
  • ½ cup mayonaise
  • ¼ teaspoon ground cayenne pepper
  • 4 ounce chopped pimentos, drained
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients together and chill.
Notes
Recipe from Paula @CallMePMc.com All images and content are copyright protected. Please do not use my images without prior permission that includes copying the ingredient list or entire recipe and posting in the comments on Pinterest. If you want to share this recipe, please simply link back to this post for the recipe. Thank you, Paula

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Comments

  1. says

    I’ve never tried pimento cheese on a hamburger but this looks so good, I will have to try it. I’m actually a big fan of Private Selection and was happy to see this here.

    • says

      Pimento cheese is good on anything, Matt :) I like Private Selection too, be sure to enter the giveaway! Have a great day!

  2. says

    OMG. I love pimento cheese. And any kind of cheese spread, for that matter. I almost picked up some Cheddar Jack Spread from my grocery store today. It’s similar to Pimento Cheese and it’s darn delicious. Great recipe, Paula! I want some now!

    • says

      Thank you Julie! I love it to, I love it on crackers, sandwiches, burgers you can’t go wrong. I’d love to try the Cheddar Jack spread, sounds good!

  3. says

    Paula, what a cool post! I love how you guys put pimento cheese on your burgers over there. We always had them on cracker growing up. Now, I’m super excited to put some on a cheese burger! Over here in Utah we do the fry sauce on burgers… ketchup mixed with mayo. Shhh… it’s typically called Utah’s secret sauce. haha.
    Such pretty photos, too!

    • says

      I remember that fry sauce from your roasted potato post, sounds wonderful, can’t wait to try it on fries and burger!

  4. says

    This looks delicious! I would love for you share it on my Tasty Tuesday recipe link up thenewmrsadventures.blogspot.com! Everything gets pinned and I would love to have you!

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