I make a recipe very similar to this. I do not use lettuce (as it tends to wilt as it sits out) and I don’t use green pepper. Even though I love green pepper, I don’t feel it belongs in this recipe (just my opinion). I make homemade guacamole and put that layer on top of the sour cream/cream cheese layer. I found a good guac recipe on this site (LuvAnn’s Guacamole) that I use. They always “lick the platter clean” every single time. I’ve NEVER had leftovers. I serve with Tostitos Scoops as they grab the dip more! Oh and this doesnt’ totally spread to fit in a 13×9 pan (mostly the beans don’t) so I bought a clear pyrex dish a slightly smaller size. This dish has pretty much become my 7-layer dip dish because it’s requested so much at every party! This is an awesome crowd pleaser.
Great recipe, thank you. One word of advice on the container you put it in, an 11 x 7 is no where near large enough. I ended up leaving out the lettuce, not that any one cared! I will use my 9 x 13 next time, I think that will be the perfect size. Thanks again.
This recipe is very good as is, but is also easy to alter to personal taste. I have took suggestions of others and added 1 lb. of hamburger to the taco seasoning and guacamole instead of lettuce, both very good. I however like this recipe best with medium taco seasoning and salsa and also adding a can of Rotel instead of the tomato, green pepper, onions. Very easy and adds a bit of a kick to it. The 13X9in. dish works the best.
Great dip. I started off with the beans for layer one.
The cream cheese , sour cream, and half of taco seasoning mix(makes it very spicy)mixed together for layer two.
I added guacamole for layer three.
Diced tomatoes for layer four.
Black olives for layer five.
Salsa for layer six and
lots of shredded cheese for layer seven.
I skipped onions, lettuce, and peppers and spread my layers in a 13×9 inch glass dish and heated at 350 for 30 minutes and talk about people raving.
Everyone wanted to know the recipe.
Easy, delicious and def a keeper for a fun appetizer
Just wonderful! I actually used a hybrid of user advice here and ended up with this layer combination (from bottom up): Layer 1-refried beans Layer 2-Cream cheese, sour cream and taco seasoning Layer 3-Guacamole Layer 4-Tomatoes, green peppers, green onions, and lettuce Layer 5-Salsa Layer 6-Shredded Cheddar cheese Layer 7-Black beans I really liked this combination of ingredients and didn’t find the lettuce or any of the other vegetables to be bothersome. I didn’t know whether I would prefer this dish hot or cold, so I served it warm the first night, and we had the leftovers cold. I love it either way, and plan to make it again, both for my own family and for get-togethers, for which it is perfect in terms of size.
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