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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.

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I'mPat January 09, 2009

tried this recipe and it was o.k. but would omit the sugar completely next time.

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fiery November 03, 2006

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!

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Chef Jean December 31, 2009

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.

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Mike McCartney October 21, 2007

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.

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WhoKnew? October 01, 2006

This looks great. I hate using prepared mixes and sometimes bypass a promising recipe. Look forward to trying it.

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No MSG! June 26, 2006

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.

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Krsi Sue January 10, 2006

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!

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Marsha D. January 09, 2006
Ranch Dressing Mix