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Made a 1/4 batch as we cannot buy Ranch Dressing Mix in the supermarkets in Australia so I could make Shelby Jo Savory Wonton Chips for Potluck Tag. Thank you so much wildheart.
tried this recipe and it was o.k. but would omit the sugar completely next time.
This made a wonderful french onion dip! I didn't really think it was much like ranch dressing, but it still tasted very good :) I did have to add a bit more salt to mine. It's great to be able to make your own dip like this so you can control fat/calories/sodium ect!
I have not tried this to make dip yet, but the dressing turned out very much to my liking. This also goes very nicely on green beans. Add a teaspoon or 2 to some buttered green beans, and Out-Of-This-World! Thanks for the keeper.
We made this as a substitute for the store-bought packet but we use it for seasoning our popcorn. Unfortunately, it's not ideal for that but we've also used it for dip. I find that stirring it into yogurt or sour cream allows the flavors to disburse more evenly, and in that way it is a very good substitute. Thanks for a nice recipe.
This looks great. I hate using prepared mixes and sometimes bypass a promising recipe. Look forward to trying it.
Thank you Thank you! It tastes very good. Made up a batch this morning & I don't think I will ever buy store made again.
Very nice recipe! We love ranch dressing and dip too. I made a batch up to have on hand for when I need a quick dressing. I made the dressing with 1/2c buttermilk and 1/2c milk (reason why was cause I ran out of buttermilk) and 1c. mayo. I did add a bit of seasoning salt after making the dressing. Thanks for sharing!