I just mix a pint of Greek yogurt with Hidden Valley ranch dressing dry mix. Yum!
If this dressing is a little sweet, a little salty, more creamy, dont forget to put a little vinegar into the dressing. It would be perfect to make a chinese salad. I would be the first to buy it.
For me I would prefer more unusual exotic flavors. Unexplored ones. Korean flavors with some heat. Armenian flavors which are yogurt based with cumin and mint. Indian curries and spices. There is lots of Hispanic stuff out there today because of our population. I want to see far off stuff on the shelf .
Being Armenian I enjoy these unique flavors. Jajuk -yogurt,garlic,and mint. This is served ice cold with lamb and or just plain pita is fine too as an appetizer. In the summer it is so refreshing.
Given the large population of Spanish and Puerto Rican/Cuban ethnics in our boiling pot of a country, and the acceptance Spanish food has going (just check out all the Spanish restaurants from East to West Coast, New York to California, Michigan (yes, my son says yes!) to Florida (my Spouse says yes). Must we just have tabasco? various hot and smoky paprikas and peppers and call it Spanish. C'mon Hidden Valley. You are great at dreaming up a lexicon of Spanish flavors in a few herb packets to start, and maybe more complex sauces later?
I'm always packing salads or veggies for my son & granddaughter butits like pulling teeth trying to get my containers back that I put salad dressing in. I would love a pack of mini cups maybe 6 or 8 to a pack to put in their lunch bags. This way they can throw the mini cup away and my blood pressure wont go up trying to get my containers back!!
hi my names robert.i almost never eat salad so i mainly use ranch as a dipping suace.i like to mix it with my other favorite suace.buffalo suace.i call my mixed suace buffalo ranch.
There isn't't't't't enough of this "Organic And Gluten Free" Salad Dressing, they are all synthetic and not made with real organic ingredients, i wish they can make it without sugar and no preservatives nor synthetic ingredients all natural and organic gluten free and no sugar to sweeten it as well. Just plain and simple ingredients that you can read from the back of the package, as well as a glass bottle not plastic and has a "Free Sample" seal able and durable portable bottle included for to go or in your purse or bag to use when you go out to a restaurant and don't have what you need in a salad dressing, this is so convenient, a spill proof container. Now that is what i call a Salad Dressing with a sample to go container included for the price you pay for a salad dressing. Everyone should stick to Organic as much as possible, nothing but pure and natural ingredients!
Seven Seas was bought out by Kraft a few years ago and therefore the Seven Seas Creamy Italian Dressing was eliminated. I wrote Kraft and they said their Creamy Italian was comparable. WRONG! It's AWFUL! Not even CLOSE to the Seven Seas brand.
I have noticed all of the new flavors of Hidden Valley Ranch dressings and thought perhaps they should come out with a Creamy Italian. I would be the first to try it and give my opinion!! (Maybe you can call an old Seven Seas worker and buy their recipe) :) I have searched the shelves of so many grocery stores and there are just not any choices for a Creamy Italian dressing.
Please consider this in your next "new" item to come out! I love Hidden Valley Ranch so I'm sure you'd come up with a good one!
Thanks for your time!
We mix and serve our Hidden Valley Ranch dressing from the packets because we like the taste a little better than what you buy in a bottle. We mix it in a bowl then store it in a quart sized canning jar or a generic squeeze bottle. It works OK but can be messy plus you have extra dishes to wash. I would love to see a shaker bottle that could be used to measure, mix and serve all in one container. I can imagine using a similar concept to the blender bottle (http://www.blenderbottle.com/classic) with a few key differences to make it customized just for Ranch dressing. I have personally used these blender bottles for shakes and dressings and they work great! The wider mouth of the blender bottle is perfectly suited for adding mayo compared to other salad dressing mixers/emulsifiers on the market. Adding measurement marks on the side of the container to show how much mayo and how much milk would eliminate the need for using measuring cups. The Hidden Valley Ranch logo could be on the front so everyone who uses it knows it is Ranch Dressing. I can visualize the top green to match your bottled Ranch. Speaking of green, this would definitely be eco friendly keeping more dressing bottles out of the landfill. The shaker bottle could be available in two sizes: a smaller one for a 1 packet recipe and a larger one for a 2 packet recipe. The spout would need to be a little smaller or maybe more triangular to make it easier to drizzle the dressing onto your salad to avoid accidentally pouring out a big blob. You could sell it next to the packets of Hidden Valley Ranch mix on the grocery store shelf. I think you would sell a lot of them. I know I would buy one.
Whenever I order pizza and or breadsticks I always go crazy with dipping sauces, but they add up $$. How about a new product line from Hidden Valley Ranch. More than just ranch. I would love to see a buffalo ranch, a garlic ranch, and possibly a cheese flavored ranch dressing. Just a thought.