Whole30 Buffalo Ranch

It is a SAUCY week on Mad About Food, but mostly because I could not waaait to share them both. I love the Whole30 Chili Garlic Sauce that I shared yesterday, but I gotta be honest and say this Whole30 Buffalo Ranch is next level. Sometimes, okay all the time, I think my girlfriend is lying to me when she says she likes my recipes, but I knew this one was actually a winner because she started reaching for the bottle unprompted to pack it for her salads at work this week.

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Whole30 Buffalo Ranch is my everything sauce during whole30. I seriously want to eat it on everything that I am having. It is a creamy sauce that is dairy free, paleo and whole 30 compliant.

Don’t hate me…. but I never really understood all the hype around Hidden Valley Ranch. Like people want to eat it on everything?? Until I made this whole30 buffalo ranch because I want to eat this stuff on eeeeverything. It’s a damn shame that grain free pizza is not whole30 compliant because these two would be a match made in “healthy-ish” heaven. Speaking of when I am done these 30 days I will for sure be whipping up a grain free crust and slathering it in this bad boy. Like most of my recipes, this Whole30 Buffalo Ranch could not be easier to make. The key is using a room temperature egg and making sure you are using full fat coconut milk. Other than that its pretty simple! I blend mine using my trusty food processor and then popped them in one of these handy little squeeze bottles that make having homemade sauces a breeze. You can see me make this insanely simple recipe in the video below.

As you can see from the video, this Whole30 Buffalo Ranch is insanely easy to make, but I want to make a few notes about the ingredients that will be used in order to ensure good taste as well as Whole30 compliance. In order for the egg and oil mixture to properly cream together be sure to bring your egg to room temperature before making the sauce. Please see note at bottom about consuming raw eggs. When selecting a hot sauce please be sure that it is Whole30 compliant. My favorite, and the one I used for this recipe, is Frank’s Red Hot. To ensure that you get a think and drippy ranch use a full fat coconut milk. The cream will rise to the top of the can so make sure you mix it thoroughly before measuring out enough for this recipe. I opt for mixing the herbs by hand so that I can keep a nice light orange color to the buffalo ranch, but still have the flavor of the herbs. If available, feel free to use fresh herbs.

Whole30 Buffalo Ranch is my everything sauce during whole30. I seriously want to eat it on everything that I am having. It is a creamy sauce that is dairy free, paleo and whole 30 compliant.

Whole30 Buffalo Ranch

prep time: cook time: total time:

ingredients:

  • 1 egg - room temperature
  • 1/4  cup hot sauce (the one I used)
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp ground white pepper
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 cup full fat coconut milk
  • 1 cup light olive oil
  • 2 tbsp dried parsley
  • 1 tsp dried dill

instructions:

  1. Place egg, hot sauce, lemon juice, coconut milk, salt, pepper and seasonings in a food processor and blend on low to combine
  2. With speed on low, slowly stream in light olive  oil until all is combined
  3. Turn off food processor and remove blade. Fold in herbs with a flat spatula
  4. Pour in squeeze bottle for serving and place in the fridge to chill for at least one hour before using

NOTES:

CONSUMING RAW OR UNDERCOOKED MEATS, POULTRY, SEAFOOD, SHELLFISH, OR EGGS MAY INCREASE YOUR RISK OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS
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CONSUMING RAW OR UNDERCOOKED MEATS, POULTRY, SEAFOOD, SHELLFISH, OR EGGS MAY INCREASE YOUR RISK OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS