More cooking with avocados. This dip combines two loves: avocados and ranch dressing. And the bright green puree is so pretty to look at.

I made it easily in a food processor. I was so happy with how smooth the puree came out. I was reminded of my pre -food processor days when I had to mash my avocados by hand to make guacamole. All that effort. And my food processor does it seamlessly in seconds. I wanted to give my food processor a hug after the dip was done. Hehee.

This dip is super easy to make. Mix some avocados with some prepackaged ranch seasoning and you’re done. Creamy green dip. It works with French fries, chips, crackers, etc.

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Avocado Ranch Dip

Ingredients:

2 ripe medium avocados (straight from refrigerator if possible if you want your dip cold)
1 package (1 oz) dry Ranch seasoning mix (I used Lays brand)

Directions:

Blend avocados in food processor until smooth. Sprinkle in dry Ranch seasoning mix. Start with only half a packet. I found the entire packet was too salty. Add more if you desire. Blend with food processor again to mix.Serve immediately.

   

4 Responses to “Avocado Ranch Dip”

  1. Rodzilla — September 7, 2012 at 10:37 pm

    looks so awesome with the Robuchon fries

    • Kirbie replied: — September 7th, 2012 @ 11:32 pm

      The Robuchon method fries were really crunchy and good but needed some sort of seasoning. The avocado ranch dressing was perfect since I didn’t have any seasoning on the fries.

  2. April — September 8, 2012 at 1:55 pm

    Hi, this looks super good! Do you think it would be fine to use regular ranch in a bottle instead of the powder? Thanks!

    • Kirbie replied: — September 9th, 2012 @ 11:54 pm

      Hmm, I’m not quite sure how that would turn out. I don’t know if the regular Ranch dressing would be strong enough once it’s mixed with avocado. Also the dip would be a lot more watery because ranch dress is not as thick as avocado and the bottle version you would likely need to use a lot more to get the flavor in. I’m also not sure how the color would turn out. It should be pretty easy to find the dry mix at your local grocery store though.

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