This recipe was created by Jennie Carter Benedict, a cookbook author, caterer, and restaurateur. She operated a Louisville restaurant and tea room, Benedict's, in the early 20th century. I located this recipe on About.com presented by Diana Rattray, Southern Food Expert. It is also manufactured & can be found in a variety of Louisville grocery stores. Not sure, if available statewide. Often looked for at Derby time.This is one of my favorite spreads/dips!

Kentucky Benedictine Spread or Dip

This recipe was created by Jennie Carter Benedict, a cookbook author, caterer…

Benedictine Spread - Cucumber

Grated cucumber, cream cheese and ricotta are key components of an ultra creamy and refreshing Benedictine spread.

Louisville, Kentucky's famous Benedictine can be used as a dip or a sandwich spread. Scrumptious!

Kentucky Benedictine Spread or Dip

Benedictine Spread - A Derby Classic made with English cucumber, white onion, cream cheese, sour cream and green jalapeno tabasco sauce

Benedictine Spread - A Derby Classic made with English cucumber, white onion, cream cheese, sour cream and green jalapeno tabasco sauce

Cucumber benedictine tea sandwiches - a simply delicious appetizer that make the perfect dish for your next get together or party. Plus, they are vegan & gluten free too! Oh so good. infusedveggies.com

Cucumber Benedictine Tea Sandwiches

Cucumber benedictine tea sandwiches are simply delicious and are the perfect appetizer for your derby party. Vegan & gluten free too!

The Kitchen Prep: Benedictine Spread - A Derby Classic

The Kitchen Prep: Benedictine Spread - A Derby Classic - cucumber, cream cheese, and a little bit of spice.

Miss Jennie's Famous Benedictine Spread from A Veggie Venture, a famous Kentucky recipe for a

A light cucumber appetizer that's a traditional Kentucky Derby favorite. Serve as a dip with raw vegetables or crackers or as a spread for tea sandwiches. omit the green food coloring though

Benedictine Spread

Benedictine Spread

Benedictine spread: · 8 ounces of cream cheese, softened · 3 tablespoons cucumber juice · 1 tablespoon onion juice · 1 teaspoon salt · a few grains of cayenne pepper · 2 drops green food coloring

Benedictine Spread -- Cucumber spread.  Low-fat ingredients can lower the calories and fat.  According to the website, 2 tablespoons (calculated without pita bread and snack rye) equals 66 calories, 6 g fat, 18 mg chol, 96 mg sodium, 1 g carbs, trace fiber, 1 g pro.

Benedictine Spread

Benedictine Spread Recipe -This version of a traditional, Kentucky cucumber spread comes from our Test Kitchen. Serve it as an appetizer dip or sandwich filling.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

In a state best known to the rest of the country for its bourbon and fried chicken, Louisville’s Benedictine spread is an under-the-radar local favorite

Pimento Cheese’s Kentucky Cousin Try this simple recipe for Benedictine spread, a Louisville favorite

My Own Sweet Thyme: Derby Classics - Benedictine Spread

It’s down to the wire. Derby Day is the day after tomorrow and I still haven’t posted my addition to the field of Derby recipes this year.

Benedictine Spread Recipe -This version of a traditional, Kentucky cucumber spread comes from our Test Kitchen. Serve it as an appetizer dip or sandwich filling.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Benedictine Spread

Benedictine Spread Recipe -This version of a traditional, Kentucky cucumber spread comes from our Test Kitchen. Serve it as an appetizer dip or sandwich filling.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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