The Realtor's Cucumber Ranch Salad Dressing

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Ready In:
2 2/3 cups




  • Combine all ingredients, mixing well. Place in container with lid and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before using.

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  1. Lucky in Bayview
    Nice change from heavy ranch dressing. I think I will try making it using one cucumber next time because te dressing turned out a bit watery. Also I think using fresh garlic is the way to go. Thanks for posting.
  2. Boomette
    This ranch dressing is so wonderful. The taste is just perfect. It's great with the cucumber. Mine is probably a bit thinner cause I used milk and vinegar to have buttermilk. But it's still great in a salad. Even DH liked it. And usually he doesn't like dressing. I omitted the celery seeds. Thanks Realtor by day :) Made for I Recommend tag game
  3. adopt a greyhound
    I made half a recipe to serve with Recipe #424929 and a salad. We both loved it and will make again soon.
  4. kitty.rock
    Quite a nice and easy cuke-ranch dressing. I needed cucumber ranch to go with this recipe ~ recipe#424929 ~ and didn't have any on hand, didn't want to buy a bottle, so I made enough for 1/2 cup. It was great! I'll keep this recipe for the homemade for future use. Thanks for posting Realtor!
    I think this has just beome my favorite salad dresing! I have been eating a lot of salads lately now that it's starting to warm up a little. In Las Vegas, during the summer it can get to be 117°F. during the days, and, believe me, turning on the oven is the last thing you want to do! This is really refreshing and fresh tasting! I used low-fat mayo, and it turned out great! I do something with my salads, which masy or may not sound good to others, but it's delicious. Especially when you're eating it for dietary reasons. I crumble up a few saltine crackers on top of my salad, and it seems more like there's more substance in it, fooling my stomach into thinking there was more in that salad!lol The flavors are great! Another keeper! Made for Go For The Green event at one of KK's forums.


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