Monica Wants It: A Lifestyle Blog: 7, well 5, layer dip.

Thursday, December 31, 2009

7, well 5, layer dip.

I wanted to share with you all my easy peasy 7 layer dip. Except today it’s more like 5ish because I don’t know if the guests at this party like olives, which is usually a layer, and I didn’t defrost ground beef in time to add that layer as well. Nonetheless, this dip is just as good as I made it today because of all the yummy layering of flavors.

First you layer some refried beans on the bottom of a casserole dish, I used my 13x9 pan by Pyrex. I just plop it onto the dish straight from the can, no need to cook the beans, or I don’t anyway. No one has died or gotten diarrhea from my dip.

That I know of.

In a separate bowl, mash up 2 large avocados or 3 average/small avocados. Season with salt, pepper and paprika. Layer on top of the beans.

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Next, you need an 8 oz. container of sour cream. Any brand is cool. Make sure it gets to room temperature so its easy to spread.

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Spread on top of the avocado.

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Next, you need a jar of salsa. Make sure to keep in mind how hot/spicy the salsa is related to how hot/spicy your guests like their food.

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You guessed it…spread on top of the sour cream.

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Finally you need a bag of cheddar or taco blend cheese. I found the taco blend at Wal-Mart for $1.25

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Sprinkle over salsa, you can sprinkle a little or a lot. I used about 1/2 a bag.

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And lastly, I crushed a few tortilla chips on top of the cheese and sprinkled some salt and fresh ground pepper.

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And there ya have it! An inexpensive, easy peasy dip that’ll serve a lot of people!

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Other possible layers:

Olives

Jalapenos

Ground beef cooked with taco seasoning (so yummy!)

Fresh tomatoes

Lettuce

Enjoy!

3 comments:

  1. You crack me up and I don't think that anyone will miss those other 2 layers. I would so make some right now, but I only have 2 of the layers and no chips....must go to store before a bunch of drunks are out on the road.

    Happy New Year!

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  2. Hey! Just stopped by to say "I was here" lol.

    I had alot of reading to do! You and Lindsey were my top two to catch up on... wow you girls have been as busy as me! I just forgot to post about it, lmao.

    Your header looks GREAT! I love it. You should make me one! lol.

    I did turbo for the first time today... it's been over 8 weeks since I last worked out, and I made it through the whole 20 minutes easy as pie. I couldn't believe it. I guess those EE boobs were holding me back even more than I realized!

    Starting today I'm at 183... I want to lose another 50! After that, I'll re-evaluate and see if I'm happy, or need more improvement.

    Feels good to be back in bloggy land, talk to ya soon!

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  3. THIS WAS SOOO GOOD!!!!! I bought the salsa, totally forgot to put it on (because I was so excited about working with advocado for the 1st time), but honestly didnt miss it. :)

    THANK YOU!

    ReplyDelete

Thursday, December 31, 2009

7, well 5, layer dip.

I wanted to share with you all my easy peasy 7 layer dip. Except today it’s more like 5ish because I don’t know if the guests at this party like olives, which is usually a layer, and I didn’t defrost ground beef in time to add that layer as well. Nonetheless, this dip is just as good as I made it today because of all the yummy layering of flavors.

First you layer some refried beans on the bottom of a casserole dish, I used my 13x9 pan by Pyrex. I just plop it onto the dish straight from the can, no need to cook the beans, or I don’t anyway. No one has died or gotten diarrhea from my dip.

That I know of.

In a separate bowl, mash up 2 large avocados or 3 average/small avocados. Season with salt, pepper and paprika. Layer on top of the beans.

100_9362

Next, you need an 8 oz. container of sour cream. Any brand is cool. Make sure it gets to room temperature so its easy to spread.

100_9366

Spread on top of the avocado.

100_9370

100_9369

Next, you need a jar of salsa. Make sure to keep in mind how hot/spicy the salsa is related to how hot/spicy your guests like their food.

100_9371

You guessed it…spread on top of the sour cream.

100_9373

Finally you need a bag of cheddar or taco blend cheese. I found the taco blend at Wal-Mart for $1.25

100_9375

Sprinkle over salsa, you can sprinkle a little or a lot. I used about 1/2 a bag.

100_9376 

And lastly, I crushed a few tortilla chips on top of the cheese and sprinkled some salt and fresh ground pepper.

100_9378

And there ya have it! An inexpensive, easy peasy dip that’ll serve a lot of people!

100_9379

Other possible layers:

Olives

Jalapenos

Ground beef cooked with taco seasoning (so yummy!)

Fresh tomatoes

Lettuce

Enjoy!

3 comments :

  1. You crack me up and I don't think that anyone will miss those other 2 layers. I would so make some right now, but I only have 2 of the layers and no chips....must go to store before a bunch of drunks are out on the road.

    Happy New Year!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hey! Just stopped by to say "I was here" lol.

    I had alot of reading to do! You and Lindsey were my top two to catch up on... wow you girls have been as busy as me! I just forgot to post about it, lmao.

    Your header looks GREAT! I love it. You should make me one! lol.

    I did turbo for the first time today... it's been over 8 weeks since I last worked out, and I made it through the whole 20 minutes easy as pie. I couldn't believe it. I guess those EE boobs were holding me back even more than I realized!

    Starting today I'm at 183... I want to lose another 50! After that, I'll re-evaluate and see if I'm happy, or need more improvement.

    Feels good to be back in bloggy land, talk to ya soon!

    ReplyDelete
  3. THIS WAS SOOO GOOD!!!!! I bought the salsa, totally forgot to put it on (because I was so excited about working with advocado for the 1st time), but honestly didnt miss it. :)

    THANK YOU!

    ReplyDelete