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FIRE CRACKERS (SEASONED SALTINES) RECIPE Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Richard Randall

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 Box of unsalted or (salted if preferred) saltine crackers (4 sleeves)
1 cup of canola oil
1-1 oz package of dry Ranch dressing (dressing mix)
2 T. of crushed red peppers
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
2 Glad plastic containers (8 cup)

Directions:
Directions:
1. Place two selves of crackers in each glad container.
2. In a bowl mix oil, ranch dressing, pepper flakes, garlic powder.
3. Continue to stir to get even mixture. You do not want red pepper flakes to settle.
4. Drizzle half the mixture into each container over crackers.
5. Put lid on container and shake and turn container over every 5 minutes for 30 min.
6. Will keep for up to a week.
(If too hot, may cut back on pepper flakes.)

 

 

 

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