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Layered Mexican Dip Recipe


1 pound
1 package
2/3 cup
1 clove
1/4 teaspoon
1 – 32 ounce can
1 cup
1 bunch
1 – 6 ounce
3 large
8 ounces

ground beef
taco seasoning
water
garlic, minced
pepper
refried beans
dairy sour cream
green onions, chopped fine
black olives, sliced, drained
tomatoes, chopped
cheddar cheese, shredded

tortilla chips
salsa, optional

Recipe Pan Type: skillet / 9 x 9" square pan


Mexican Dip Directions

Cook the meat in a skillet over medium heat until meat is no longer pink in the middle. Drain well. Add the taco seasoning, water, garlic and pepper. Cook uncovered until most of liquid is absorbed. In the meantime, spread the refried beans into bottom of pan. Next spread the sour cream over the top of the beans. Layer the cooked meat mixture over the top of the sour cream. Layer the chopped onions on top of the meat mixture. Layer the black olives on top of the onions. Next layer the chopped tomatoes on top of the olives. Finally add the top layer, fresh shredded cheddar cheese. Serve layered mexican dip with lots of chips and salsa if desired.

Recipe Note: There should not be any leftovers to put away with this favorite mexican dip recipe. Sometimes I serve this dip recipe for a complete meal. Mexican dip is actually good healthy food. Use extra beans to make this recipe extra healthy.


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