Today’s post is another popular dish among my friends and introduced to us by Katie. I thought it could be a fun weekend dish, so here you go!
As you are well aware, we love mexican. It’s boarder line addiction, full fledged love-affair. Regardless of how you label it, we know what we’re talking about.
This recipe is not a from-scratch kind of deal, which makes it perfect for appetizer entertaining with a larger group of people. It will literally take you 7 minutes to make, and 20 minutes to set… even less if you want it to!
The ingredients are from Trader Joe’s. Yes you can purchase pre-made guacamole and sourcream anywhere, but I do recommend you at least purchase the corn & chile salsa and the spicy bean dip at TJ’s; not only do I have zero idea where you could possibly purchase a recreation of both dips, but I also would argue that the prices at Trader Joe’s are probably the best you’ll find for such items. If you don’t have Trader Joe’s near you, and can’t order online, then I suppose you could try to recreate them at home.
Anyways, wait until you see how easy this is..
What you need:
1 Casserole serving dish
1 Jar Trader Joe’s Corn and Chile Tomato-less Salsa
1 Jar Trader Joe’s Spicy Black Bean Dip
1 Packet pre-made guacamole (or about 3 avocados worth of home-made guac)
6-8oz sour cream
What you need to do:
In your casserole dish, evenly layer your dips as follows: guacamole, sour cream, Spicy Black Bean Dip, and Corn & Chile Tomato-less Salsa.
Place in the fridge to set and cool for at least 15-20 minutes before serving. If you need to expedite the chilling process simply set the jarred dips in the fridge overnight before preparing, then let set for 5 minutes in the fridge before serving. That equals a total of at the minimum 10 minutes to make.
What’s your favorite party dip?
What’s your favorite Mexican dip?
Have you ever had a layered dip before? What kind?