Recipe by Jackie Smith
"These seasoned oyster crackers make an easy snack for any party occasion."
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1 (1 ounce) package
Ranch-style dressing mix
dried dill weed
very quick and easy to put together and make. tasty too! be sure to stir them after ten minutes and "drain" evenly on paper towels to take away some of the greasy-ness.
This recipe was o.k. I thought mine turned out a little bland, and I used all of the "optional" ingredients except the garlic powder. If you use garlic salt in place of garlic powder I am certain that they will turn out too salty as someone else mentioned. In addition - if you use a standard box (15 oz.) of oyster crackers you will probably need to increase the oil. My son loves these.. so I will continue to experiment with the recipe.
Love these! This recipe is my favorite because only 1/4 c. oil is used vs. as much as 1 c. in other recipes. Last time I made them I was out of the ranch dressing mix, so I just used the spices and added some seasoned salt and pepper. They were great that way too!
I have been making these crackers for sometime and I love them. Especially around the holidays. Their savoriness is a nice change from all of the sweet stuff that is out around Christmastime.
Easy and delicious. Omitted the dill weed and lemon pepper and added 1/4 tsp cajun seasoning. Shook it up in a ziploc and poured it onto a foiled lined sheet. Baked for 16 minutes and the crispiness is perfect!
Wow, how have I never made these before?! Such a simple party staple. I followed the directions, thought I do always sub canola for veggie and I chose to leave out the optional lemon pepper for personal preference. I used the new HVR spicy ranch packet and it has a nice little kick. FYI-5C of crackers is one standard size bag.
these are very good. made as the recipe stated, although i did make my own dry ranch mix with a recipe from recipezaar bc i didn't have ranch seasoning. didn't have any issues with greasiness. the flavor is very strong, so you could reduce mix part by half if you don't like strong flavored crackers, but i do and it was perfect for me. thanks for the recipe! bf and i both like them.
Good, but very salty. I added the optional ingredients (and extra dill), but had to "brush off" the baked crackers to reduce the pure salty taste.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ranch Oyster Crackers
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 63
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