Layered Taco Dip Recipe
One of Mexico’s staple dishes is the tortilla. It is made from corn or wheat flour. Tacos are popular snacks made from folded tortillas with a wide variety of fillings inside. Taco, a Mexican-Spanish word, means “wad” or “plug”, however, in the local language it refers to a light meal or snack. Crispy fried tortillas are served across the world in a “U” shape with stuffing. But, you can also just eat fried tortillas with a dip according to your choice. Here is a nice layered taco dip recipe.
The Seven Layered Taco Dip Recipe
- An ounce of packaged taco seasoning mix
- 16 ounces of canned re-fried beans
- 8 ounce of packaged and softened cream cheese
- 16 ounce of sour cream that comes in a container
- 16 ounce of salsa available in a jar
- 1 large chopped tomato
- 1 chopped green bell pepper
- 1 bunch of green onions, chopped
- 1 small head of shredded iceberg lettuce
- 1 can of sliced and drained black olives that weighs 6 ounce
- 2 cups of Cheddar cheese, shredded
Blend the seasoning mix of taco and canned re-fried beans in a medium-sized bowl thoroughly. Then in a big serving platter, spread the mixture on it. After that, in a separate bowl, blend the sour cream and cheddar cheese and spread it over the previous mixture. On top of that layer, put in the salsa. Place the chopped veggies (green onions, lettuce, tomato, bell pepper) on top of the salsa. Then as a final layer place a topping of shredded cheddar cheese. Black olives can also be used to garnish the dish and make it more attractive.
It will just take 30 minutes to cook the dish and make your guests bite their lips with this luscious Seven Layered Taco dip Recipe!