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Bill
user 7052324
Marietta, GA
Post #: 1
Firecrackers:
1 1/2 box Saltine Crackers (6 sleeves)
(Have been told that store brand saltines are better because they are more absorbent)

Mix:
Canola oil - 2 cups
Ranch dressing mix (dry) - 1 package
Crushed red pepper - 1 1/2 tbsp
Cayenne pepper - 1 1/2 tbsp
Garlic powder - 1 1/2 tsp

Place crackers in a large container with lid. Crackers should be upright, or laying on the thin side, not flat, in the container. Pour mix over crackers as evenly as possible, and cover with lid. Turn container over every 15 minutes for the first hour.
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