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Seasoned Saltine Crackers

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Level: Easy

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25

Description

My friend’s daughter just got married and they served these crackers at the wedding. You can’t just eat one!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Canola Oil
  • 1 envelope Ranch Dressing
  • 3 Tablespoons Red Pepper Flakes
  • 1 box Saltine Crackers

Preparation

Mix the oil, package of Ranch Dressing, and pepper flakes together.

Place crackers in gallon freezer bag. Pour oil mixture over the crackers.

Place in fridge and turn the bag every 20 minutes until oil is absorbed by crackers.

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apresley417 on 4.16.2010

I make this with 1/2 tsp dill weed, 1/2 tsp dill seed, 1/2 tsp sesame seeds and 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper with the cup of oil and 1 pkg (3 tbsp) dry ranch mix…my daughter loves the “spicy” crackers and my grandfather in law sends me an empty container once a week! No need to refrigerate!

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heathermm on 10.2.2009

After trying this recipe, I found that 1 cup of oil was just too much. I will have to try again with a bit less. Have you ever tried this with maybe oyster crackers? What were the results?

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monee2000 on 8.7.2009

I use 3/4 cup of Smart Balance oil and cayenne pepper instead, but same basic concept. They are REALLY good with my Creamy Jalapeno Dip!

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pnutsugar on 7.27.2009

I love these, only I use 1 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil instead of the canola oil and use one of those 2 1/2 gallon ziplock bags. Easier to toss the crackers around. Very addictive!! I then transfer the crackers to clean gallon-sized bags and don’t refrigerate…although they don’t last that long!

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lindaintx on 12.29.2010

Easy. And YUMMY! I can’t believe how everybody just looks at the saltines (as in “Crackers???”) – takes one – and just LOVES these!

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jomiller on 9.16.2010

Very good. We’ve made it several times.

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