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Hidden Valley Oyster Crackers

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Rating: 5/5 5 stars
7 reviews
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ready in: under 30 minutes
serves/makes:   6
  

recipe id: 2662

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ingredients

16 ounces plain oyster crackers
1 package dry ranch salad dressing mix
1/2 teaspoon lemon pepper
1 1/2 teaspoon dill weed
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
3/4 cup salad oil

directions

Combine dressing mix and oil in a small bowl. Add dill weed, lemon pepper and garlic powder. Pour over crackers; stir to coat. Place seasoned crackers in a warm oven for 15-20 minutes.

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nutrition

572 calories, 36 grams fat, 55 grams carbohydrates, 7 grams protein per serving.
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Just when you didn't think that this could get any better I add a can of salted peanuts to the mix and bake it that way. If you think that the original way is addictive you will love this!!!!
Guaranteed to be a hit!!!!!






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I've made these crackers dozens of times over the years; they always come out perfect and of course, you can adjust seasonings and oil to suit your tastes. I use more lemon pepper than the recipe calls for, and a bit less oil, make sure the dressing is spread evenly and keep stirring during the heating, keep over very low and keep checking. Absolutely fabulous but can burn quickly if not watched closely.



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These are delicious and very addicting!



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Wow this was an awesome snack that has earned it's place right next to the chex party mix. You have to love the zesty flavor of the garlic and dill weed. You will have garlic breath most guaranteed, but it's so worth it. My kids are addicted to these crackers. Another person commented that they were too oily. One... you must stir them several times during the baking time and make sure they are a nice golden brown. If they are still too oily to some, you can always cool them on paper towel to absorb any excess oil. I think these crackers are wonderfully addictive!



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this recipe called for way too much oil and dill weed. The oily taste and dill weed overpower the rest of the seasonings and they don't taste ranchy at all. Very disappointing.



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These crackers taste amazing! They're so simple, but everyone seems to really love them. I tend to serve them at parties, but they're great for just snacking by yourself too.



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A coworker brought this in to workto share. Very flavorful and perfect with soup.

Those with sensitive tasebuds may think it has too much flavor, but it tastes great to me!



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Aug 30, 2006

Suemckee
COMMENT:
This is sooooo good.I have also used Ritz Bits Cheese , snack crackers .They too are very good and keeps a very long time. Good for party snacks.Just eat them alone..YUM YUM