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5-Layer Mexican Dip

5-Layer Mexican Dip recipe
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This dip is so simple, the only challenge you'll have is getting all five layers onto your tortilla chip.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
3 hr 10 min
servings
total:
32 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
1/29/2010
I have made this recipe for over 18 years. I use the mexican shredded cheese and regular refried beans. I line a pie plate with a large flour tortilla which helps with the clean up! Real party pleaser
posted:
1/28/2010
I have made this same recipe for over 15 years! to JaniceDoucet( 1/28/10) the recipe states 32 servings @ 2 tablespoons each, but most people will eat more than 2 tablespoons of this recipe.
posted:
1/28/2010
I like to know how many servings there are in a recipe,....this one does not tell how many servings. I am planning to use this recipe for the Super Bowl but don't know how much of the ingredients to buy.
posted:
1/28/2010
Very Delicious and easy to make
posted:
1/28/2010
It's awesome. I use refried pinto beans instead of the black.
posted:
1/28/2010
I made this and it was great. I added a jar of roasted red pepper (rinsed and chopped) instead of the tomato. Everyone loved it! I will make it again for the Superbowl. Geaux Saints!
posted:
1/28/2010
I make a taco dip simular to this, but I mix a package of taco seasoning in with the sour cream ... try it :)
posted:
1/28/2010
You better get to the party early if you expect to get some of this dip because it doesn't last long. I use regular refried beans and then spread sour cream mixed with taco seasoning on top. Then I layer everything else as directed. Sometimes I add layers; a can of drained black beans, salsa, shredded lettuce, and corn if I want to make it a bit heartier or go a little further.
posted:
1/27/2010
The only change I made, was to "refry" a can of black beans myself using some cream cheese instead of using canned ones. Cuts out on some unwanted calories.
posted:
1/25/2010
Delicious! My first time making 5-layer mexican dip and I will be making it again for the upcoming superbowl.
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