This layered taco dip recipe is an easy addition to a party buffet of international foods. I've had all different types of foods together when putting together such a feast. I include quick German recipes of course, and some quick Mexican recipes, such as this taco dip. In fact this is a favorite, which is great because it's so easy!
This recipe is an OOPS on this German website. It's here, simply because I like it and it fits as an International dish. In fact, it's become one of Oma's Non German Favorites! My daughter-in-love, Vicki, first introduced me to this at a New Year's Eve party. Since then, I often ask her to bring it with her when we have a potluck.
You may be looking for brunch menu ideas or a "take-along" to a potluck.
This dip is so good. Take it along, together with some tortilla chips, and you'll make everyone happy.
Leftovers are good. But we rarely have any.
This is a favorite with the granddaughter and, actually, everyone else. We gather around dish and dip till it's gone!
There are so many variations for this. I've used low-fat sour cream and low-fat cheddar. Still good! You can add a layer of salsa, some drained and sliced black olives, even some chopped green onions.
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Layered Taco Dip
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