Recipe by Marsha
"A mild Tex-Mex dressing."
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1 (10 ounce) can
diced tomatoes with green chile peppers
1 (1 ounce) package
ranch dressing mix
1 (16 ounce) container
Simple and great tasting. I can't believe I have never come across this before. I plan to make many more times. Great for dipping tortilla chips; can also see using as a salad dressing and condiment for tacos, chicken, fajitas. Next time I will try putting in a little cilantro.
I needed a change from my go-to lo-cal dip, No-Guilt Zesty Ranch Dip. This was a welcome change. I used the dry ranch seasoning mix from this site(minus the salt) and used FF sour cream. Very good. I might stir in a little hot sauce to make it a little warmer for my taste.
Very good. I used this as both a dip for a veggie tray at our NYE party, and the leftovers the next day as a salad dressing. Got great reviews at the party! Thanks!
Of all the allrecipes.com recipes I have used this is by far my favorite!! Easy, quick, inexpensive, versitil (I'm a better cook than speller, obviously). We use fiesta dressing on most everything, except ice cream. Ok, maybe that's taking it a bit far. But seriously, we put it on baked chicken and fish, tacos, chips, raw veggies, steamed broccoli, even use it as a sandwich spread. And if you are watching your carbs, it has very few! Rotel makes a variety of diced chili and tomato flavors (Italian, Mexican, etc) to extend your choices even more! You really must try this!!
Pretty good! Its a little thick to use for a typical salad but when mixed in with a large taco salad, it was pretty good. Perfect amount of kick. I could see this be good for dipping veggies, which I may try next time. Thanks Marsha.
Fabulous as a veggie dip! I won't change a thing when using it for this purpose. A little thick, however, for a dressing. For my salad, to spice it up a little bit, I made the following additions: garlic and mustard powders, onion salt, splashes of lemon juice, vinegar, and worcestershire, and thinned with a little milk.
This recipe is great! I add Taco seasoning and serve it with a blooming onion! Wonderful!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 27
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