If you enjoy a little kick in your food, you must try this Cayenne Ranch Dressing recipe. It is perfect as a salad dressing, dip, and so much more. It is creamy, tangy and has a little kick.
I used my homemade copycat Outback Ranch dressing to create this Cayenne Ranch.
Slim Chickens Cayenne Ranch Dressing
My oldest daughter, Carly, loves the Cayenne Ranch dressing from Slim Chickens, which surprised me because she does not like a lot of spicy foods. She kept bragging about Slim Chickens Cayenne Ranch, so I decided to make my version of a Cayenne Ranch recipe. I used my homemade copycat Outback Ranch Dressing as the base and adding enough Cayenne to give it some heat without being too spicy. After trying this Cayenne Ranch with chicken fingers, French fries, and more we all agree it was the perfect combination of a creamy Buttermilk Ranch with some heat.
Cayenne Ranch Dressing Has Many Uses
This Cayenne Ranch dressing recipe makes an excellent dip for not only chicken fingers and French Fries, but it is terrific on burgers and sandwiches. Since getting my Philips Airfryer, we enjoy a lot of crispy fried food without any oil or quilt which allows us to eat fries and other fried foods more often. Fried foods are perfect dipped in this dressing.
If you like Southwestern Ranch Dressing, be sure to check out my recipe. It is also made using homemade Copycat Outback Ranch Dressing as the base. I found a recipe in Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur. Recipes For Our Daily Bread is not an affiliate of Amazon or Todd Wilbur cookbooks.
Cayenne Ranch Dressing
- Combine all the ingredients in a medium bowl and mix well.
- Seal in an airtight container. I use a mason jar.
- Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
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- Hidden Valley – Original Ranch – Buttermilk Recipe – Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix – Makes 16 FL OZ (473 mL) – Net Wt. 0.4 OZ (11 g) – Pack of 5 Packets