7 layer dip

here you go, folks.  another dish that you can take to a get together.  it all started with my mother’s nacho dip – 5 layers of baked goodness – but i took her dip up a few notches to 7 layers of madness.

  • 1 can of re-fried beans
  • 1 pound ground meat, browned and drained
  • cheese (cheddar or mexican blend)
  • 1 pint sour cream
  • two mashed up avocados
  • jar of salsa
  • 1 can of corn
  • cheese to top

brown the meat and drain off the fat.  while the meat is browning, spread the can of re-fried beans on the bottom of an 9X11 glass dish.  add the browned meat on top of the beans and follow with the cheese, reserving some for the top layer.  carefully spread the sour cream on top of the cheese making sure to not mix up the other layers.  add the avocado, salsa and corn and then top with the reserved cheese.

this is best served with a sturdy chip.  there’s a lot to get in one scoop!  i did not bake this but next time i make it i think i will try doing so.  it’s great cold so i’m sure it will be extra delicious warm.  enjoy!



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6 responses to “7 layer dip

  1. Can I just say, “sturdy chip” is my favorite phrase of the day so far. Looks yummy, though I’d definitely have to bake it. I like my Mexican dips MUY CALIENTE!

    • the scoop chips are the best for this dip. the chips i had kept breaking so we ended up spooning the dip on the chip. they should use “sturdy chip” as an advertisement point. or “can withstand 7 layer dips.”

      i think baking it would make it extra yummy – i just ran out of time 😛 i will make it again soon and i will bake it.

  2. this is one of my fave things you have ever made! thanks for letting me share this goodness with my tastebuds

  3. I love 7 layer dip!! yours looks so very very good!!

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