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Buttermilk Ranch Dressing

January/February 2009, February/March 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (106 votes)

Great for salads and for just plain dipping.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Instead of using low-fat buttermilk (which you can never overcome the runny problem) I splurged on full-fat. As for low-fat mayo, a lot of low-fat mayos are garbage and just have more soybean oil instead of the eggs, and the eggs are...
Buttermilk Ranch Dressing Recipe

11 Reviews for Buttermilk Ranch Dressing

07/08/2013

I've read many reviews on this site, and I have one question; why are some of you even using these recipes if you're going to alter them to the point of being completely unhealthy? The recipes are carefully designed to provide nutritional benefits. If you don't like them, go to the Food Network site.

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Anonymous wrote 10 weeks 5 days ago

Fat is an essential nutrient

Fat is an essential nutrient and can be part of a healthy diet (e.g., a person eating a diet consisting of 70% produce NEEDS the full fat REAL food version). Healthy diets are unique to every person -- some people need less fat, some people need more. This site is for everyone who wants to eat healthy and there is no law against adapting recipes to meet one's unique needs. Although Food Network does offer some real food recipes, they're much harder to find.

Anonymous wrote 35 weeks 6 days ago

Well said Kelly! Who goes to

Well said Kelly! Who goes to a healthy website and changes everything to full fat.

Anonymous wrote 36 weeks 46 min ago

Very True..I agree!!

Very True..I agree!!

01/17/2013
Anonymous
Tasty but very runny

This was very tasty, but I had to double the mayo and add 3 tbsp sour cream to achieve the consistency I wanted.

Tasty
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10/14/2012
Anonymous
Amazing

My whole family loved this dressing thank u

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06/27/2012
Anonymous

I always use low or no fat plain greek yogurt instead of buttermilk or may in dressing, it comes out a little thicker and tastes great.

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01/19/2012
Anonymous

Try using low fat yogurt or sour cream instead of buttermilk. It will thicken it without adding extra calories.

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