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Tex-Mex Layered Dip

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Ingredients

1 can (16 ounces) refried beans
1 carton (8 ounces) Kraft avocado dip
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/2 package (1.25 ounces) taco seasoning mix
1/4 cup medium or hot picante salsa
Assorted chopped vegetables
1 cup shredded colby or cheddar cheese

Instructions

Layer ingredients in order in a large, deep ungreased dish. No baking is required. First spread refried beans on bottom of pan or deep dish. Layer avocado dip. Combine sour cream, mayonnaise, taco seasoning mix and salsa. Spread over dip. Layer assorted chopped vegetables on top. Options include lettuce, tomato, cucumber, black olives or green onions. Add cheese as the final topping. Cover pan with saran wrap and chill several hours or overnight. Serve with nacho or tortilla chips.

Louise Getz
East Moline



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