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Cilantro Lime Ranch

Sorry about yesterday guys.

I feel like in a way I left you hangin’ with my three word post.

I know that’s why you come to this blog. It’s not for the photography or the recipes but to laugh at the hilarity that ensues.

At least the pictures were pretty? And it involved nutella, so I guess I don’t really feel that bad…

Today’s recipe is awesome too though! It is so versatile, you can use it to drench everything in delicious green goodness.

I had a friend in high school who was way more with it at the time than I was.

Her mom would make her green ranch dressing and she claimed that it tasted better than normal dressing. I always thought that her mom just colored it green with food coloring, and she was basically on crack.

First of all, she was not on crack. She was totally right. Second of all, her mom did not just color it with food coloring, she filled it with delicious green things. Third of all, I actually don’t have a third reason, but I feel like all lists are required to have three things in them.

This green ranch dressing is approximately 179,000 x better than just normal ranch, though.

Give or take.

Cilantro Lime Ranch

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A flavorful dressing you can put on pretty much anything from salads to burritos to tacos. The options are endless!

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  1. 1 buttermilk ranch packet (and the ingredients that go with it: buttermilk and mayo)

  2. 2 tomatillos, outer casings removed

  3. ½ bunch cilantro

  4. ¼ cup lime juice

  5. 1 jalapeño

  6. 1 garlic clove


  1. Mix the buttermilk ranch according to the directions on the packet. Put all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.


  1. *If you want this dressing to be especially spicy, leave the seeds in the jalapeno.

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