Ranch, Garden or House dressing is great on salads and makes a delicious dipping sauce. You can easily make your own ranch dressing so that you always have a fresh batch when you need it. This page contains homemade ranch dressing recipes.
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Besides using on salads, it's yummy as a dip for tortilla chips. I also love it for dipping celery.
1 tomatillo, husked and quartered
1/4 bunch cilantro
1 pickled jalapeno pepper
8 oz. sour cream
1 oz. package, (1 oz. = 3 Tbsp.) Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing 'dry mix'
Place tomatillo, cilantro, and jalapeno in blender. Blend until smooth and set aside.
Combine the sour cream and ranch dressing mix in a medium bowl. Stir in about 1/2 of the green sauce and then taste (Just in case this is your heat level limit). Add more green sauce until you reach your desired heat level ;-)
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Here are questions related to Homemade Ranch Dressing Recipes.
This is in relationship to the East Side Marios' salad dressing. I did try the dressing(s) that were listed and used canola oil and not olive oil. The salad dressing is separating. Has that happened to others than have tried the dressing? What did you do or use to counteract that?
Ditto with ladymargaretrose! Also, might I suggest not using canola oil for health reasons because how it's processed/engineered. A quality vegetable oil would be better and extra virgin olive oil is the healthiest. I see where some of the recipes for Eastside Mario Dressing say not to use olive oil but extra virgin is not at all too heavy/too strong.