Homemade Ranch Seasoning Recipe with 6 flavors: Original, Garlic-Dill, Italian, Mexican, Bold Onion, and Lemon-Poppy. Make your own Ranch mixes in no time!
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Homemade Ranch Seasoning recipe for you today! How about 6 recipes all in one so you can make 6 flavors (Original, Bold Onion, Lemon Poppy, Garlic-Dill, Italian, and Mexican) of ranch all at the same time? Make your favorite Ranch mix at-home in just minutes!
The only thing not so “snappy” about these homemade ranch seasoning recipes is the time it takes at the store to find all the spices and ingredients. If you can’t find some, check out Penzey’s for a great assortment of herbs, spices, and more.
You’ll also need some dried buttermilk. Many grocery stores carry it or AMAZON also has some options. Once you have all your ingredients, it literally only takes a few minutes to combine for your own Ranch mixes. I started off by making a recipe for an “original” version of Ranch, then quickly started adding other things I had around the house for different flavors. Next thing I knew I had 5 more Ranch flavors: Bold Onion, Lemon Poppy, Garlic-Dill, Italian, and Mexican.
You can use these Homemade Ranch Seasoning mixes just as you would the store-bought version. You can make dips, salad dressings, or use in breading for fish/chicken, etc. The ideas are endless! About 2 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons of homemade Ranch seasoning equals one (1 oz.) packet of Ranch seasoning.
However, I’d suggest starting with about 2 tablespoons to your recipes then add more to taste. You might also have to adjust the quantities of the herbs and spices for your family’s personal taste. Results may also vary a bit depending on how old your herbs and spices are so adjust accordingly.
One last thing, be sure to check the expiration date on your dried buttermilk so you know how long you can store your homemade Ranch seasoning. What flavor of Ranch mix would you create? Tell me about it below! Enjoy!
Hope you enjoy!
Homemade Ranch Seasoning
- Mix ingredients separately for each desired flavor. Store in airtight container.
SNAPPY TIPS: Store ranch seasoning mixes in airtight container. Check expiration date on buttermilk so you know how long you can store. Change seasoning amounts based on personal preferences.
SNAPPY SUBSTITUTIONS: Substitute your favorite herbs and spices for any of those listed.
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