This snack is fast becoming a staple here at Grammie’s house. When we were in Alabama, my niece shared the recipe with me, and I’ve been hooked ever since. It’s tasty, simple, and inexpensive…three of my favorite things!
Here’s how I do it:
I measure 1 1/3 cups of canola oil in a pyrex measuring cup, and add a package of ranch dressing and 2 tsp. red pepper flakes. Mix it all up well and set aside while preparing crackers. Open and place a box of the least expensive saltine crackers available into a gallon sized ziplock baggie, pour seasoned oil over the top of crackers and seal the bag. Let it set until oil mix accumulates at the bottom of the bag, then turn the bag over so it can continue to soak into crackers evenly. I turn my bag over a few times, just to make sure the crackers in the middle get the good stuff on them 🙂
If you can wait, they taste the best after 24 hours…but I can never wait that long.
Here’s a picture of my latest batch…try them at your own risk. They are VERY addictive.