Jalapeño Ranch Steak
This creamy jalapeno ranch dressing for meats is also a chip dip and salad dressing. Taking 5 minutes to whip together a tasty sauce can help dinner taste like a 5 star meal. It’s literally “all the things”. It’s served chilled and has a sour cream base. It’s just like Chuy’s sauce. Drizzle it on steak, pork, chicken, and so much more.
Taking 5 minutes to whip together a tasty sauce can help dinner taste like a 5 star meal. This creamy jalapeno ranch sauce for meats is also a chip dip and salad dressing. It’s literally “all the things”. It’s served chilled and has a sour cream base. It’s just like Chuy’s sauce. Drizzle it on steak, pork, chicken, and so much more.
Leftover sauce doubles as a tasty cilantro lime chip dip or a creamy cilantro salad dressing.
Use jalapeno ranch dressing for meats and more
Pork (like sous vide pulled pork carnitas)
Chicken (like sous vide boneless chicken thighs)
Dinner and breakfast tacos
Grilled potato wedges
Sous vide chicken wings
And… everything else you love!
Fresh squeezed lime juice
How long does homemade jalapeno ranch stay good for?
Keep this sour cream-based jalapeno ranch in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Tasty ways to use jalapeno ranch dressing
This Chili Chuy’s jalapeno ranch recipe should fulfill any craving you’re having.
Use it as jalapeno ranch pizza sauce on homemade pizza.
It adds a ton of flavor to meat dishes like brisket, sous vide bone-in pork and this recipe for 20 minute chicken breasts.
Serve jalapeno ranch sauce for steaks – they’re a great way to dress up frozen sous vide steaks.
Add it to vegetables like sous vide asparagus, sous vide sweet corn.
Definitely try it on grilled potato wedges (so good!)
For brunch, drizzle it on sous vide poached eggs or on a breakfast taco.
Serve it on game day as a jalapeno ranch dressing dip for wings. It’s a perfect match with these tender sous vide chicken wings.
Sous vide burgers
Add an extra jalapeno if you want more of a kick.
I usually trim then leave most of the stems on the cilantro. You don’t have to cut off only the leaves. Throw it all in the blender and it will taste great.