Three Ways to Use: Ranch Dressing Mix

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Food Network Magazine put chefs from Food Network Kitchens to the test: Create recipes that put a new spin on a pantry staple like chocolate syrup or creamed corn.

Ranch dressing isn't just a great salad topper. Try these recipes that use the tangy mix to add some spunk to breakfast and easy snacks.

Recipe: Huevos 'Ranch'eros (pictured above)
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Recipe: Ranch Wings

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