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Hidden Valley Original Ranch Salad Dressing and Seasoning Mix, 1.0 Ounce (Pack of 24)
- Pack of twenty-four 1.0 ounce packets of ranch salad dressing and seasoning mix
- Just add milk and mayonnaise for a creamy salad topping
- Can be used as a seasoning for easy side dishes
- Unique blend of herbs and spices enhances quick dinners
- Add gluten-free mix to sour cream for a thick veggie dip
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Contains: Milk, soy. Product formulations, packaging and promotions may change. For the most current information refer to product packaging.
Maltodextrin, buttermilk, salt, monosodium glutamate, dried garlic, dried onion, lactic acid, calcium lactate, spices, citric acid, less than 1% of: calcium stearate, artificial flavor, xanthan gum, carboxymethylcellulose, guar gum, natural flavor (soy).
For fresh dressing, in a bowl, combine 1 cup milk and 1 cup mayonnaise with contents of packet. Mix well. Cover and refrigerate. Chill 30 minutes to thicken. Stir before serving. For fresh dip, in a bowl, combine 16 ounces sour cream with contents of packet. For less fat and fewer calories, use low-fat or fat-free mayonnaise or sour cream.
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Top Customer Reviews
When you next grate parmesan cheese onto some dull spaghetti, what you will have done in essence is add a shed-load of glutamate to stimulate your tongue's umami receptors, thus sending a message to the brain which signals (as one neuro-researcher puts it) 'Joy and happiness!' Supper is rescued - and your system has added some protein and fats to a meal that was all carbohydrate.
Ripe cheese is full of glutamate, as are tomatoes. Parmesan, with 1200mg per 100 grams, is the substance with more free glutamate in it than any other natural foodstuff on the planet. Almost all foods have some naturally occurring glutamate in them but the ones with most are obvious: ripe tomatoes, cured meats, dried mushrooms, soy sauce, Bovril and of course Worcester sauce, nam pla (with 950mg per 100g) and the other fermented fish sauces of Asia.
So, I am keeping my Hidden Valley Ranch products. Thanks for making my life easier and better since I now know what is going into my dressings because I had 90% of it myself.
You can use this to flavor many other things and use as much or as little of the package as you like. Mix it with softened cream cheese to make a nice change for your bagels or with sour cream for dips. You can even make your own cheeseballs with it by mixing some (to taste) with softened butter and cream cheese, letting it harden slightly in the fridge, then roll it up into a ball. A slight sprinkling of more ranch on the cheeseball, maybe mixed with finely chopped red pepper or even some red pepper flakes if you like a bit more zest...and there you have a nice addition to a party.
My favorite, however, is mixing some of the ranch flavoring with melted butter and dipping bits of thawed bread dough into it, then placing the dough in a greased round cake pan and baking it. Great addition to any meal.
Really useful to have around the kitchen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We love salads. These packets are great and cheaper than buying them one-at-a-time from the grocery.Published 17 months ago by George N. Wells
I like the taste of this dressing, but realized that it contains the additive mono sodium gluconate. This chemical gives me migraines, which is very difficult to tolerate. Read morePublished on August 2, 2011 by Special Education Teacher
Is MSG really necessary Hidden Valley? I bought a large container from Sams club last year and used up 75% of it. Read morePublished on February 7, 2011 by Bill