Ready in 15 minutes
Excellent for summer parties. Easy and delicious. This recipe is based on a recipe from www.recipe-source.com.
Mix taco seasoning with sour cream in a small bowl. In an 8 x 8 baking dish or pie dish, spread the beans over the bottom of the pan. Layer with tomatoes, then onions, olives, guacamole, sour cream mixture, and sprinkle cheese on top. Garnish with a few jalapeno slices on top, if desired. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Serve with tortilla chips and watch it disappear!
I sometimes make my own refried beans by taking the leftovers from a pot of beans and drianing most of the juice, mashing beans with a potato masher, and frying them in about a teaspoon of Criso until they are heated through and slightly thickened. Let them cool before making the dip. They are so much better than the canned refried beans.
BATMAN299 2y ago
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Babbitto 3y agoThis be good....very very good. Easy to assemble for games & such. A crowd pleaser fer shure!
FullMetalBlonde 3y agoso very good!
lauragraywaweru 3y agoQuick, easy and good.
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Staceyljordan 3y agoI enjoyed all the fresh produce put into it!!
drouchea 4y agoA great recipe. I used your families refried beans recipe, spiced to my families taste, for this dip. Our family loved it because it's simple and it's delicious!
WendyPritzke 4y agoLove it! Every time I make it, there are never leftovers.