While some people put that hot sauce on everything, Vlasic Spicy Kosher Dill Pickles are getting a big flavor boost from Frank’s Red Hot. The three new offerings will have pickle lovers heating up their culinary creativity one spear at a time.
Recently, many food brands have been finding ways to combine flavors for innovative products. Frank’s Red Hot has been one of the leading companies to bring its iconic spice beyond the bottle. That punch of vinegar with an inherent capsaicin note can blend is a wide variety of foods. From snacks to pickles, there is no reason to have bland food on the table.
Beyond the craving for flavor, pickles continue to have their place in the food conversation. That briny flavor has extended beyond the jar. There have been boxes full of pickle foods. Whether it flavors a beverage, snack, or just enjoyed on their own, pickles are always on the shopping list.
According to Conagra Brands, pickles and hot and spicy condiments continue to rise in popularity. Over the past several years, both categories have seen a significant increase in purchases. When a brand can blend two familiar, popular brands with a food trend, it is an instant win.
With the new Vlasic Spicy Kosher Dill Pickles, the newest offering brings that flavor punch that people crave. As Lucy Brady, President, Grocery and Snacks, Conagra Brands mentioned, it will be a “truly bold and flavorful snacking experience.”
Valda Coryat, North America Vice President of Marketing for McCormick & Company concurred with that excitement. Coryat commented, “Our fans are always looking for new ways to enjoy the perfect blend of flavor and heat that Frank’s RedHot delivers, and we know they’ll be excited to try these new pickles during their next snack or meal.”
What are the Vlasic Spicy Kosher Dill Pickles offerings?
The Vlasic Spicy Kosher Dill Pickles are available in three options, a 16 oz. jar of Kosher Dill Wholes, and 24 oz. jars of Kosher Dill Chips and Kosher Dill Spears. Without losing that Vlasic garlic dill flavor, the Frank’s cayenne pepper with vinegar has that lingering note which hits the back of the throat.
Thinking about these pickle offerings, it is an easy choice for a Bloody Mary condiment or just a side to a sandwich or burger. Using the chips on a chicken sandwich seems like an obvious pairing.
While the simple swap for a spicier pickle might be the most common, it could be time to think outside of the jar. What about a spicy pickle soup or just change up that pickle dip with some heat. Just think of the possibilities of these pickles on a pizza.
For anyone ready to buy a jar, the new Vlasic Spicy Kosher Dill Pickles hit store shelves this month. Whole pickles have a suggested retail price of $3.79. The Vlasic Chips and Spears have a suggested retail price of $3.49. Check with stores for availability and specific pricing.