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Ranch Bread

Ranch Bread created by QueenBee49444

This bread has become a favorite in my house. I get more requests for it than I do for garlic bread. And there are never any leftovers of this when I make it.

Ready In:
18mins
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ingredients

  • 1 loaf Italian bread or 1 loaf French bread
  • 1 (1 ounce) packet dry ranch dressing mix
  • 12 cup parmesan cheese
  • 14 cup butter

directions

  • Slice bread almost whole way through being careful to still leave it connected at bottom of loaf.
  • Put bread on a sheet of aluminun foil large enough to fold up around the loaf.
  • Melt butter, add the remaining ingredients to the melted butter and mix.
  • Spread this mix in the slices in the bread.
  • I use a tablespoon and put one spoonful between each slice.
  • There will be a little of the butter mix left, I usually pour this over the top of the bread.
  • Wrap aluminun foil up around sides of loaf, leaving the top exposed.
  • Cook for 10 minute on 350, this is just long enough to make the top and bottom crispy and warm the bread up.
  • Enjoy!
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"This bread has become a favorite in my house. I get more requests for it than I do for garlic bread. And there are never any leftovers of this when I make it."
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  1. Ambiann
    YUM! I love ranch so I knew I would love it. My DH is not as big of a fan of ranch and he also loved this. I spread it on some sourdough bread that was going stale and baked it in the oven open face style and it was very good. Crispy and flavorful! Also, I kept the leftover butter in the fridge and used it later, keeps very well.
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  2. Northwestgal
    This was really good. I used a fresh baked loaf of Italian bread and would like to try a French loaf next time. But the amount of butter mixture was not enough to cover both sides of the loaf. So I would definitely double the amount of butter and probably reduce the amount of the dry Ranch mix (as it was a bit over-powering). Thanks for sharing your recipe, Lorealle.
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  3. QueenBee49444
    Ranch Bread Created by QueenBee49444
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  4. QueenBee49444
    Very easy to make. Based on earlier reviews I did not use a full seasoning packet. The flavor was wonderful. After cutting the loaf I slipped the slices of bread under the broiler for a few minutes on each side. The end result was a crisp, crunchy, tasty bread. We will definitely be using this recipe again. Thanks for posting! Mad for PAC-O, Fall 2009
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  5. Junebug
    I used about a fourth of a loaf of french bread. I melted 3 Tablespoons of butter and stirred in a heaping teaspoon of ranch powder mix and maybe a fourth of a cup of parmesan. I sliced the bread and laid it out on a cookie sheet. I baked it until crisp. It was a delicious addition to our meal. Thank you for sharing your recipe Lorealle.
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