Ok so, I work for a main competitor of Campbell's. We produce a product similar to Miracle Whip, and sales have never been higher.
What I would like to hear from this board is:
-whether you use Miracle Whip or a knockoff brand
-your thoughts on the product
-what you use it in cooking
Please, no trolling. Just honest talk about Miracle Wipe
I actually like miracle whip, but not why you may think...
It's the only mayo that keeps my pucker from getting chapped, I don't want to divulge everything, but let's just say it works well for "hide-the-mayo-".
I only use Duke's mayo... But, Miracle whip seems like a product from the 80s that moms would buy for sandwich spread. The fact that the name has miracle in it, triggers my "bullshit marketing tactic" alarm.
fuck you all miracle whip is great for what its advertised as.... DRESSING
its not for sandwiches and dips or shit like that
its for fuckin salads. potato salad is not potato salad if u dont use miracle whip.
I'm not from the US, but do you really not use mayo in potato salad? What the shit?
I do use miracle whip, no knocks offs for me. I'm a brand sloot
Delicious on a couple things but I don't often use it. Mayonnaise is far superior in its usefulness. Had no idea how many things were made with mayonnaise until after working in a kitchen. Try making crab cakes, tartar sauce, or yum yum with miracle whip. Not gonna work
no you use miracle whip. mayo potato salad is for faggots.
miracle whip, deli mustard, celery, onion, sweet relish, garlic, lawrys, black pepper, hard boiled eggs, potato. bacon if u fancy. shredded cheddar if u super fancy.
I was onboard until you said relish. I fucking HATE relish in potato salad or pasta salad. Completely ruins it for me. Some people like it, I get it, but I just can't stomach that shit.
Pro-tip: if you like olives do a 50/50 rough chop mix of black and queen in your potato salad. So. Fuckin. Good.
idk cheese can be pretty nice sometimes. i nice phat sharp cheddar... i prefer a box grater because you can get a big long shred instead of those pussy strings and shit off a little hand rasp.
It's the way grams always made it so I assume that's where I picked it up from as a child.
To clarify I would Not put cheese in my tater salad either. Have had it like that before. No Bueno.
Also the only time I find relish necessary and appreciated is in ham salad or tartar sauce.
honestly, we get whatever is on sale/cheaper and use it on whatever we use the other stuff on.
Right now it's some offbrand..wait, it's actually State Fair Salad Dressing.
We use it on our baked potatoes, salads, put it on our burgers, 'special sauce' for fries, corn on the cob, whatever people normally use mayo on. Sometimes MW brand is as cheap on sale but not often. Salad Dressing/Mayo is perfectly interchangeable, it's the same damn thing.
Mayo and MW are more often than not not interchangeable. Unless I misread which is possible
Also itt people have said they actually put mayonnaise/mw on a salad? I have literally never heard of or seen that before in my life. Nearly 30 and have been in the food industry for 10+ years. How does that even work? Salad dressing is pourable where as mayo is thick, not at all like a normal salad dressing.
mayo is a staple on burgers, often used when the standard ketchup/mustard combo is not used. Ketchup/mayo though is wildly popular as well, especially since a lot of people combine the 2 for fry dipping sauce.
You just throw a spoonful on top of the salad, and then stir the salad up as usual. Just goes on top like the rest and mixed in. End up with a consistency similar to pic related, with it spread out across everything in the salad.
Hey fuck you OP. And don't act entitled.
I don't care for miracle whoop, but I use it on BLTs. Those sammiches absolutely need a condiment, but mayo is too oily and it drowns the subtle flavors. It's the same with salads.