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Receta THE BEST SALTINE CRACKERS RECIPE EVER

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WE LEARNED THIS RECIPE AND WE MAKE A LOT OF SNACKS WITH THEM, YOU CAN'T BEAT THEM.

Ingredientes

  • 1 LARGE BOX OF SALTINE CRACKER ALL 4 PACKS
  • 2 PACKAGES OF HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH SPICY OR
  • ORIGINAL SALAD DRESSING & SEASONING MIX DRY MIX
  • 2 CUPS OF CRISCO PURE VEGETABLE OIL OR A GOOD OIL

Direcciones

  1. PUT SALTINE CRACKERS IN A LARGE BAG 2 1/2 GAL ZIPLOCK OR JUMBO BAGS.
  2. ADD DRY SEASONING TO CRACKERS AND SHAKE.
  3. ADD 2 CUPS OF OIL AND ROLL THE BAG TO COAT CRACKERS, EVERY 15 MIN.SHAKE OR ROLE TO COAT.
  4. IT TAKES ABOUT 30 MIN. FOR OIL TO SOAK INTO CRACKERS
  5. THEN YOU CAN ADD MEAT, FISH, DIPS, DRIED FISH OR MEAT ON THEM OR EAT THEM PLAIN, THIS IS SO GOOD YOU CAN'T STOP EATING. THEY WORK GOOD ON SALADS.
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  • Donna Harper
    Add crushed red peppers for a zingy taste that everyone loves.
    Yo he cocinado/probado esta receta
    Esta es una variación

    Comentarios

    • CYNDI CULBERT
      11 de Febrero de 2013
      I just don`t get this one ... what do you do with the oil soaked crackers? do you bake them? fry them? I can`t imagine oil soaked crackers being tasty!
      • Doryce Stephens
        18 de Diciembre de 2011
        what do you do with oil soaked crackers???
        • Jason Thompson
          17 de Julio de 2011
          Looks really good! I am gonna try tonight.
          • Tracy
            17 de Abril de 2011
            Here in Louisiana we call them Cajun Crackers! We also add a tblsp of crushed red peppers for a little extra kick. It is such a crowd pleaser and makes great gifts for the holidays as well.
            • jackie DeFatta
              03 de Febrero de 2011
              Do you bake these? Jackie
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              • jackie DeFatta
                28 de Marzo de 2011
                no just put them in plastic bag and keep turning so that oil is absorbed--it does take overnight but they are delicious
              • annie
                28 de Enero de 2011
                This recipe is so awesome

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