I make these often just as listed! When I bring them into work the whole batch is gone by the end of the day. A few tips-use the stick pretzels so you can break them easy before making so the seasoning soaks in. Also-I make them 24 hours in advance and shake them ever time I walk by so they get a chance to get fully coated. Then I proceed to feed my face!!!
Always a favorite! However I use a packet of Good Seasons Italian dressing instead of the Hidden Valley Ranch. Extra flavor than the ranch.
These are delicious! I tweak a few things though. Break the pretzels really good before adding the other ingredients. It makes a huge difference in the taste, because all the good stuff soaks in. I also use 1T of dill, instead of 2tsps. You can flip the bag, up-down, side-to-side, whenever you think about it. Enjoy!
I make these alot, and you do not need the full 16 oz. of oil!! Use one cup. I also add 1 Tbl of Dill Weed.. Heaven!
I made these to take to the bar for the UW Husky game last night. I used 12oz. of the oil and doubled the dill and garlic powder. It worked perfectly! They were all gone way before the game ended. The guys all loved them and most even asked for the recipe. A true keeper in my book. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC 2011.
I put my pretzels in a gallon ziplock bag and poured the seasoning over it. The first day, I flipped it every hour, since I was home. Overnight it just sat...but the next morning, there were still beads of oil on the bag. So I flipped them another day. Ultimately, the seasoning never totally soaked into the pretzels, but maybe I used the wrong kind...should they have been the big, soft ones? Regardless, the taste is like popcorn/pretzel. Great snack for a ballgame! Thanks for sharing! Made for Holiday tag.