Hot Crackers


Angie Cox Recipe

By Angie Cox AngieCox


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These are good with dips, salads, soups or by themselves.

Ingredients

1 c
canola oil
1 pkg
ranch style dressing mix
2 Tbsp
red pepper flakes
1 box
saltine crackers

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Use a large (2 gallon size) ziplock storage bag (or container with tight lid).
2
Add the oil, dressing mix, red pepper flakes and crackers.
3
Tumble constantly for 15 minutes.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Crackers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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8 Comments

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Donna Graffagnino StillWild
Jan 20, 2015
Love these crackers and have made them for years. Being from Louisiana we like things extra spicy so the only thing I do differently is add 1 Tbsp cayenne pepper to the mix and put everything in a 1 gallon pickle jar and just roll them around until everything is completely mixed. So addictive!
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Melissa Etheridge melissareeseetheridge
May 29, 2012
At Nancy~these do sound greasy, but you will be surprised at how nice these soak up the ingredients. Once you make them, put them in a Ziploc bag with a few folded paper towels and it will soak up any excess oil. BTW~we call them "firecrackers". My teenage son took them to school as part of an authors celebration, and several students and many teachers requested the recipe.
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Nancy R Robeyone
Jun 3, 2010
Do you have to bake them? Aren't they a greasy mess? How long can they keep. It sounds so good but a lot of oil....
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Ava Walker simmerdown
Apr 24, 2010
My friend's sister made these and I loved them!! They are so addicting and according to the recipe, so easy to make.
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Wanda Harrison saguache
Apr 22, 2010
My daugther in Tx.makes these crackers and they call them Rock and Roll crackers. I have made them also. I've also made them with the good seasons garlic & herb dressing mix. There real good!