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7-Layer Mexican Salad

7-Layer Mexican Salad recipe
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Hearty Mexican ingredients, including beans and salsa, join with fresh spinach, tomatoes and green onions for seven layers of crowd-pleasing salad.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
3 hr 15 min
servings
total:
2 servings
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posted:
5/25/2012
would be great with toritlla chips crushed on top!
posted:
3/22/2012
Very easy and so good even my picky eater wanted seconds!
posted:
1/28/2010
This recipe is really out of this world. Thanks for the recipe.
posted:
5/19/2009
Yum! What a refreshing and filling salad. I served this for dinner with Chips and Salsa. Wonderful, light, low calorie and satisfying!
posted:
11/6/2008
I have made this twice for gatherings and always get great comments.
posted:
8/7/2008
This was a huge hit at my party and with my family...many people asked for the recipe. Some changes I made...I added advacado and corn...used red onion instead of green...sour cream instead of ranch...and left off olives... I plan on making this many more times!!
posted:
4/10/2008
I added some corn for a crunchy texture in between and it was awesome...now I am always asked to bring "my salad" to every family event!!
posted:
1/21/2008
My husband w/ Celiac Disease (no flour, oats, wheat or barley) LOVES this! It's great for pitch-ins...a nice alternative to your typical 7-layer salad.
posted:
9/17/2007
This is delicious, however, I would use a sweet or mild onion next time. The red onion over powered the other ingredients. Maybe I'll try rinsing the onion after I chop it next time.
posted:
8/28/2007
Great! My slight adjustments: I mixed sour cream with the salsa (instead of using ranch) for a layer under the cheese instead of on top. Also omitted onions for my tastes, and included a blackbean/corn mixture I had leftover from yesterday's dinner; I'm sure if you followed this exactly it would taste just as good as mine.
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