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Mexican Layered Dip

Mexican Layered Dip recipe
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Your favorite 7-layer Mexican dip just got with the program. A few sensible switches means it can work in a smart eating plan without sacrificing flavor.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
40 servings, 2 Tbsp. dip and about 1 oz. chips each
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posted:
1/11/2003
posted:
12/31/2002
This was so good that it almost did not make it to the party!
posted:
12/20/2002
This dip was great. It was the easiest one I've ever made. It went fast making it and when it got eaten! I'm making this a staple for parties.
posted:
11/20/2002
This is wonderful, but the serving size of two tablespoons has to be a joke, right? I make individual servings of about a half cup in bowls and serve with baked tortilla chips for a quick and easy meal. It proves fat free doesn't necessarily mean flavor-free!
posted:
10/29/2002
I'd omit the black beans. The rest sounds delicious.
posted:
10/28/2002
This recipe was so delicious and you wouldn't believe it's fat free. The recipe was fast, easy and very enjoyable to munch on. I assemble and serve this when I have company just pop up. You can put pitas in a toaster oven to make them warm and crips and use those to dip instead of the tortilla chips. Just another low fat hint.
posted:
10/28/2002
posted:
10/24/2002
We just love this dip, I even take it to work when we have our 'meal day' and never bring any home. Easy and delicious!
posted:
10/24/2002
I took this recipe and added some things to it and my family absolutely craves this dip!! I added a half a pound of ground turkey so it's still low fat (you can use hamburger if you don't mind the fat), instead of black beans I used a can of refried beans that I heated just until they were warm and I added spoonfuls of sour cream on top of all of these wonderful layers!!! This would definately be a hit at a party!!
posted:
10/22/2002
Extremely easy and attractive
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