Recipe for oyster crackers and ranch dressing/dill weed?

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  1. tinkerrn

    tinkerrn Needing 'pixie dust'!!

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    I remember mom used to make these oyster crackers that had dill weed or ranch dressing on them, also she put oil on them and baked them. They were addictive. I need that recipe, any one have it???? Please???!!!

    TIA!
     
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  3. Topper

    Topper The One True Duck

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    Baked Spiced Oyster Crackers

    1 pkg. Hidden Valley Ranch® dressing (dry)
    1/2 cup oil
    1 tsp. dill weed
    1 box oyster crackers


    Preheat to 350. Mix all ingredients together. Spread on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 5 to 15 minutes, until crackers seem dry.
     
  4. PaulaSue

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    sounds yummy
     
  5. DizneyDogs

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    Garlic Crackers
    10-12 oz bag soup oyster crackers
    3/4 cup vegetable oil
    1/2 tsp lemon pepper
    1/2 tsp garlic powder
    1/4 tsp dill weed
    1 small pkg (dry) ranch dressing

    Mix dry ingredients with vegetable oil and pour over
    crackers. Blend well and let sit overnight to allow
    crackers to absorb the flavor.
     
  6. JudithM

    JudithM DIS Veteran

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    Here's the recipe I am including in a scrapbook recipe book I'm making for this weekend's bride & groom:

    OYSTER CRACKERS

    1 12-16 ounces box of oyster crackers
    ½ - ¾ cup oil
    handful of Parmesan cheese
    1 package/envelope of dry ranch style dressing
    ¼ teaspoon lemon pepper
    1 teaspoon dill
    couple cloves of garlic, finely chopped

    Mix all ingredients together. Pour in a single layer on a cookie sheet.
    Bake at 250 degrees for 15-20 minutes, stirring once.
     
  7. tinkerrn

    tinkerrn Needing 'pixie dust'!!

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    Thank you all soo much! I love the idea of making a recipe scrapbook!!!!
    I have 17 nieces and nephews and would love to carry on recipes from many generations past! 2 of my nieces and myself got married this year, so it would make a great present! I became an aunt at age 5 y.o.. Made kindergarten interesting ;)
     
  8. JudithM

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    I made my first receipe sb about a year & a half ago when a cousin got married. His grandfather & my gradmother were siblings. I got the idea when a recipe card was included in the bridal shower invitation. Another cousin & I put our heads together, sent emails to several other family members & befroe we knew we had old & new recipes. We even included some of my grandmother's hand written recipes that my aunt still had. It is a time consuming project, but everyone who has seen it or received a copy of it loves the family recipes, so it is well worth it!!
     

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