Easy 7-layer dip
When summertime heats up the kitchen more than your stove, it helps to prepare foods that don't add to the temperature. Whether you're planning on hosting a party, or just want to have a rounded meal without cooking, a 7-layer dip is easy, fun, and tastes delicious!
Here's my version of the recipe that can be thrown together in around 10 minutes, and tastes so good, it's hard to stop eating once you start. You can even add your own touch with olives or other toppings you prefer.
Easy, Breezy 7-Layer Dip Recipe
1 casserole dish (around 8" X 10")
1 can re-fried beans
1 tub sour cream
1 package taco seasoning mix
1 package ready-made guacamole dip
1 small jar salsa of choice
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
2 medium sized tomatoes cubed
2-4 green onions cut 1/4 inch (greens included)
Mix re-fried beans with HALF of the taco seasoning package in small bowl, and layer flat into casserole dish. Mix other HALF of taco seasoning into tub of sour cream, and layer on top of re-fried beans.
Keep layering guacamole, salsa, and cheddar cheese. Sprinkle top with tomatoes and green onions. Keep refrigerated until ready to enjoy with corn chips, tortillas, or other crispy snack.
Easy 7-layer dip
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