Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Superbowl time with Vlasic!




VLASIC® PICKLES SHARES SANDWICH IDEAS THAT ARE SURE TO BE PARTY PLAYMAKERS FOR THE BIG GAME
Warning: These Ideas May Result in Penalty for Excessive Celebration

MOUNTAIN LAKES, NJ (February 2011)—For Super Bowl, pickles are the ultimate side and topper for the sandwiches that will be devoured in front of the TV, at tailgates and at the big game on February 6th. Vlasic® Pickles are always delicious with your favorite game day foods and have the added bonus of each serving being low in calories and containing NO fat. Even if fans root for different teams, they can still agree on one thing: great food equals a great party.

Vlasic ®has a pickle for every sandwich and is also the perfect no-fuss snack for game watchers everywhere. This Game Day, Vlasic ® is making it more convenient and affordable than ever to host a great party. Through February 10th, the brand is offering 55 cents off of ANY Vlasic ® product in stores nationwide through www.coupons.com and www.smartsource.com –just look for the online banner that says “Vlasic. It’s How a Sandwich Parties.” Here are some super sandwich ideas from the “Food Dude” himself, Chef Kevin Roberts, guaranteed to inspire a touchdown dance or two:


TEXAS-STYLE HOT DOG
Serves 4

INGREDIENTS:

For the Hotdogs:
4 Kosher All Beef hot dogs
4 good quality hot dog buns

For the Pickleslaw:
2 cups shredded cabbage
2 teaspoons celery seed
4 tablespoons Vlasic® Relish
3/4 cup mayonnaise
3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
2 cups barbecue sauce (use your favorite smoky flavor)

Directions:
1. Add shredded cabbage to a large mixing bowl.
2. Add celery seed, relish, mayonnaise, vinegar, salt and pepper. Mix well and put aside.
3. Grill/boil/bake hot dogs and buns until desired doneness.
4. Now build your Texas Dog. Spread some barbecue sauce on the bun, add the hot dog, as much Pickleslaw as you want and enjoy!

 

 

GRILLED CUBAN SUBS

This is really similar to the Hoagies we make on Super Bowl Sunday!

Makes 2 subs

Ingredients:
2 loafs hero-style French bread
4 tablespoons French’s® Yellow Mustard
4 Vlasic® Kosher Dill Stackers
4 slices, Swiss cheese
6 slices, Virginia ham
4 tablespoons roast pork, chopped or pulled

Directions:
1. Half the bread lengthwise.
2. Spread the mustard on both sides.
3. Add 2 pickle slices per sub on top of the mustard, then add the Swiss cheese on top of them.
4. Fold ham in half and add evenly. Then add the pork on top of the ham.
5. Fold Subs together and grill until bread is nice and toasty and cheese is melted.
(You can place a large, heavy pan on top while grilling to make this a true Panini!)

What are your favorite uses for pickles?  3 winners will each receive a coupon for a free jar of pickles!
To enter:
1. Leave a comment telling us your favorite recipe using pickles.
2. Become a public follower of Moana Saves via Google Friend Connect in the sidebar and leave a comment.
3. Become a Networked Blogs follower of Moana Saves (in the sidebar) and leave a comment.
4. Follow Moana Saves on Twitter, also leave comment.

Only one person per email/household/IPaddress can enter this giveaway.  He/she must be 18+ years old and reside in the U.S.  This giveaway ends on Thursday, 2/10/11 at 11:59 PM HST (Hawaii Standard Time).  One winner will be chosen randomly via Random.org.  I will notify the winner via email and he/she must respond to claim the prize within 48 hours or I will draw another winner.

I was not compensated for this post.  Any and all opinions here are mine.  Vlasic will provide the coupons to the winners.

38 comments:

  1. I like to chop them up and put them in tuna salad. I also like pickles on hamburgers and in subs. Yummy.

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  2. My favorite recipe using pickles is to chop them up and add them to my egg salad or chicken salad.
    I also luv pickles chopped and added to my burgers before they are cooked. The kids always say they are great! katklaw777 at yahoo dot com
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. We like appetizers with a dill pickle slice wrapped on a piece of ham with cream cheese.
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  5. I follow you on twitter @mrspoofa. Thanks
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  6. We use them in salads mostly, chicken salad, potato salad, ham salad, tuna salad, as a side to a Reuben sandwich, on BBQ sandwiches and burgers. And last but not least we like them fried with honey mustard dipping sauce.
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  10. My favorite is to add pickle chips to my Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. That is so good.
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  14. I like pickles on hamburgers, but they always taste good straight out of the jar! Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

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  18. I love pickles right out of the jar!
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  21. I use chopped up pickles in my tuna salad-makes it more yummy!
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  22. I love adding sliced pickles to pulled pork sandwiches to make them Cuban Style. LKVOYER at aol dot com

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  24. I like to chop them up really small and mix them in when I'm making my Deviled Eggs. YUM!

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  28. I like sliced pickles on sandwiches.

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  31. My fav recipe is to use them in egg salad. I use the sweet bread and butter pickles and finely chop them, sooo good in egg salad! mjjaegly@yahoo.com

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  35. My favorite recipe using pickles is pototo salad - my grandma uses sweet relish and it's the best!
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