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    We use 1/2 C Mayo and 1/2 C SOUR CREAM. It makes it nice and thick and gives it that "little something extra"!!!

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    Budget101,

    I made this today, so i could make a bacon ranch noodle salad. It turned out great just thiner than the storebought. Our family rated it a 10!!


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    Do you have to use buttermilk or will 2% milk work as well?

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    Default Re: Article: Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix

    Quote Originally Posted by ballowh View Post
    Do you have to use buttermilk or will 2% milk work as well?
    No, you really can't use 2% milk and have the flavor be close. Buttermilk (despite it's name and consistency) is low in fat and has a slightly sour flavor. 2% Milk contains butterfat and does not have the same flavor or consistency.
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    My daughter loves ranch and I am eager to try this as I am always looking for a great tasting ranch recipe and it looks like this will do it!! Thanks for sharing.

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    I am anxious to try this, we love Hidden Valley Ranch and it is so expensive. I want to cut the recipe down to try it and I don't want to buy a whole thing of buttermilk. I usually use an emergency substitution when a recipe calls for buttermilk. You stir 1 TBS of white vinegar or lemon juice into 1 cup milk and allow to stand for 5 minutes. Do you think this will this work?

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    I am going to give this a try, my wife loves ranch dressing..

 

 
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