Two Dip creations thank you Kraft #anythingdressing

Kraft Ranch Dressing
Hubby and I along with friends and or kids are usually sitting in front of our big screen TV on Sundays watching football. My husband and I are working hard on eating right so Football games need lots of munchies that are not over the top fattening. I headed over to Walmart on Saturday to pick up some Kraft Anything Dressing to help me prepare a dipping sauce for fresh vegetables and yellow squash chips I was planning on making.  We like a little spice when we are eating a low fat dressing for an added kick. I buy the Kraft Dressing at Walmart I would say every time I hit it.  There are so many different ways to use them besides in just your salad.  The variety of dressing available is like being in a dressing candy store.

Kraft dressing


I ended up picking up a couple of bottles of the Lite Asian and Light Ranch.  The ranch will be the spicy dipping sauce I am preparing for the game and the Asian will be used to make a dipping sauce for the pot-stickers I picked up.  There were so many Kraft Dressing to choose from, oh my stars is all I kept saying.  People think I am nuts talking to myself.  You can see all the varieties and my shopping experience over at my Google + profile.

Kraft ranch dressing
Ranch seems to be a big seller, the Kraft Pourables has every kind of Ranch flavor imaginable.  Cucumber Ranch is a favorite of mine.  Anything Dressing is such a great marketing idea.  We use dressing on our potato skins, salads, baked potatoes, as marinades.  The list is endless.  If you Tweet @kraftdressing with the hashtag #dresscipe and #AnythingDressing along with an ingredient Kraft will send you a new meal idea. How cool is that?  Sometimes we need a little help to get on the creative side.

Kraft dressing

I wanted to make a spicy dip with some home made yellow squash chips and vegetables for munching on during the game.  Check out your local Walmart because all month they will be doing demo's showcasing the Kraft Anything Dressing.  I bet you will find a new recipe to create.  I soak the squash in a vinegar mixture with sea salt and pepper.  I drain and place on a sprayed cookie sheet.  I put in a 325 degree oven for about 40 minutes.  These you want to cook slow because they can burn quickly. 


Kraft dressing
Mixed my ingredients.

I combined  a red pepper bomb, some purple tomatillas, some garlic, the Kraft Light Ranch Dressing and the Mayo that I picked up from Walmart.  You can do this all by your own taste buds.  Some like a creamy sauce, some a more liquid sauce.  Experiment with your taste buds.

Kraft dressing

 I placed the dip in a hollowed out zucchini bottom and served it with the squash chips and veggies.
Hubby also likes something hot and spicy so I picked up some pot stickers which are totally low fat and would use them with the Kraft Asian Toasted Sesame Lite Pourable Anything Dressing.

Kraft dressing
Kraft Asian Toasted Sesame Anything Dressing
I grated the ginger and then mixed the dressing, fish sauce and rooster sauce together.  The kitchen was already smelling amazing.  This is a really simple dipping sauce or a marinade. 

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Grated Ginger = Yummy

 I use grated ginger on so many things!  You are going to be amazed at the huge amount of dressing to choodse from.  I love the Kraft Anything Dressing line.


Simple and easy dipping sauce made with the asian Toasted Sesame Lite Everything dressing.

Ingredients

  • One Bottle Asian Toasted Sesame Lite Everything dressing
  • 1/4 Cup of Rooster Sauce 
  • 2 Tablespoons Fish Sauce
  • One Large tablespoon Grated Fresh Ginger
  • 2 Tablespoons Fish Sauce

Directions

Mix all together and use as a dipping sauce :-)

Keep up with Kraft and don't forget to check out the demos in your area.
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April DecheineAbout April Decheine

April ran away from Suburbia to live life more sustainably with her husband. The kids are all grown but return quite often. She is a little city mixed in with Martha Stewart like smarts. She is an ex IT downsized Corporate gal. Follow her as she learns all the Green Acres chores on her 40 acre farm while introducing her readers to products she believes in.

2 comments:

  1. Those dips sound great! I love the way you served the dip in the zucchini!

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  2. I love Asian dressings! I can't wait to trythis recipe

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