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I use a 9" pie plate for this because it is going in the oven,I put the ingredients in the pan in the order given 1- 8oz.pkg.of cream cheese, 1 can of Campbell's cheddar cheese soup, 1# of ground
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LAYERED TACO DIP

posted at 1/29/2011 9:47 AM EST
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I use a 9" pie plate for this because it is going in the oven,I put the ingredients in the pan in the order given 1- 8oz.pkg.of cream cheese, 1 can of Campbell's cheddar cheese soup, 1# of ground beef browned,drained and 1 pkg of taco seasoning added to ground beef follow directions on taco seasoning pkg.Top with shredded cheddar cheese,or cheese of your choice as much as you like.Bake in a 350* oven until bubbly.Put out tortilla chips out and small bowls of onions,black olives,green peppers ,jalapenos sour cream , taco sauce ,salsa or any other condiments of your choice.Put a serving spoon in the hot dip,allowing your guest to spoon the hot dip on a plate and top with their favorite toppings, serve with the tortilla chips enjoy.

Re: LAYERED TACO DIP

posted at 1/29/2011 2:35 PM EST
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I make a layered Taco salad but it is cold!  It is a hit everytime I make it!  I always hear...I can't keep my hands off this!! 

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posted at 1/29/2011 3:15 PM EST
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I make a layered Taco salad but it is cold!  It is a hit everytime I make it!  I always hear...I can't keep my hands off this!! 
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan,I make taco salad too.Once I took it to my cousins and my Aunt kept saying I don't know about this.After she tasted it she was hooked and always asked me to bring it to family get togethers.I think most people like these sorts of dips.

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posted at 1/29/2011 9:44 PM EST
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In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP : Hi Susan,I make taco salad too.Once I took it to my cousins and my Aunt kept saying I don't know about this.After she tasted it she was hooked and always asked me to bring it to family get togethers.I think most people like these sorts of dips.
Posted by gale g


Hi Gale...

You are right and do you know, I probably collect more recipes for appetizers than anything else.  Because it's great for when you have company over, holiday's, watch a movie, picnics, etc.  It's versatile!!

I have a recipe for a dip that you put in a bread bowl, now that is a hit too!  

By the way, have fun at your soup get together...sounds like fun!!  ;')

 

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posted at 1/30/2011 9:18 AM EST
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In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP : Hi Gale... You are right and do you know, I probably collect more recipes for appetizers than anything else.  Because it's great for when you have company over, holiday's, watch a movie, picnics, etc.  It's versatile!! I have a recipe for a dip that you put in a bread bowl, now that is a hit too!   By the way, have fun at your soup get together...sounds like fun!!  ;')  
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan would you share the dip in a bread bowl? I love appetizers too.We have a lot of get togethers on our street and is nice to take something to share.We had crab bisque,Italian wedding soup and corn chowder plus a ton of different salads ,dips and too many other things to remember.She made almond torte and other bakery,I had the almond torte and it was excellent.My dip was all gone,I should had made more,This was doubled already and it was gone.Every time I take food it's always gone,I made fried cabbage and noodles and filled to the top in a foil turkey roaster and that was gone too,these people like to eat LOL.

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posted at 1/30/2011 9:59 AM EST
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Thanks for sharing!

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posted at 1/30/2011 12:57 PM EST
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In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP : Hi Susan would you share the dip in a bread bowl? I love appetizers too.We have a lot of get togethers on our street and is nice to take something to share.We had crab bisque,Italian wedding soup and corn chowder plus a ton of different salads ,dips and too many other things to remember.She made almond torte and other bakery,I had the almond torte and it was excellent.My dip was all gone,I should had made more,This was doubled already and it was gone.Every time I take food it's always gone,I made fried cabbage and noodles and filled to the top in a foil turkey roaster and that was gone too,these people like to eat LOL.
Posted by gale g


Hi Gale...

Like I said in the other post, with the way you cook and bake, of course it goes quickly! 

I will post the recipe for you...not a problem!!  

That is so neat that you guys do that!  You would not see that around here...that is sad!

I started a discussion in hopes we all can share our favorite appetizers.  Would be great if we can get new ones!   Appetizers are simple to prepare and serve a few appetizers for an event and you are good to go...you just can't go wrong!

Re: LAYERED TACO DIP

posted at 1/30/2011 1:44 PM EST
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HiSUSAN ;We love appetizers & often make &  serve a colection of them as"dinner"wether for guests or just us two this is always fun. Astartw/ a coordinating soup or a salad; finish w/ a special coordinatingdessert
Exampless: start w/ a chili bean soup in cups continue w/  a layeed r taco dip;
(loaded")  nachos end w/ fudgebrownies flavored w/ coffee.
OR
start w/ anAsian inspired noodle soup
continue w/eggrolls; terryaki beef or chicken( on skewers)
 fried shrimp; crab rangoon; gyoza ( steameddumplings  and asst. dips( duk sauce; hot mustard, ginger-soy sauce
 hot or iced tea;cold beer
dessert: fortune cookies;  almond cookies; pineapple spears; Asian pear slices;
decorate your  home & table  appropriately: [Mexican or Chinese] and"it's a party!!!!!Wink!!!!!!" 
I fill bread bowls  w/ broccoli & cheese soup; or black bean soup or chili.After the filing          i has been eaten ; guests enjoy tearing the bowl into chunks  & devouring it.I'vemade my own ( bread bowls)  in oven proof mxing bowls & requested the "instore" bakery to  make them...It took 2 years, of asking & they now, finally sell hem @ a 2fer price of$1; making it easier  & affordable to serve them.Money mouthCool


In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP : Hi Gale... You are right and do you know, I probably collect more recipes for appetizers than anything else.  Because it's great for when you have company over, holiday's, watch a movie, picnics, etc.  It's versatile!! I have a recipe for a dip that you put in a bread bowl, now that is a hit too!   By the way, have fun at your soup get together...sounds like fun!!  ;')  
Posted by Susan K

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posted at 1/30/2011 2:12 PM EST
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In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP : Hi Gale... Like I said in the other post, with the way you cook and bake, of course it goes quickly!  I will post the recipe for you...not a problem!!   That is so neat that you guys do that!  You would not see that around here...that is sad! I started a discussion in hopes we all can share our favorite appetizers.  Would be great if we can get new ones!   Appetizers are simple to prepare and serve a few appetizers for an event and you are good to go...you just can't go wrong!
Posted by Susan K


HOMMUS DIP:
suitable for diabetics & vegetarians; cholesterol free
( 24 hr)do ahead  and  serve w/ pita crisps;  crackers or crudites (raw veggie stix)

Hummus

INGREDIENTS:
 2 cans of  ( cooked) garbanzo beans

OR
1 3/4 cups  dry garbanzo beans (chickpeas)

6 cups water

3 garlic cloves, peeled

1 1/4 cups tahini paste

1 teaspoon dried cumin

1 teaspoon chili powder (or to taste)

1/3 cup lemon juice

2 tablespoons  EVOO [ extra virgin olive oil]+ extra  for drizzling

Pita bread, cut into wedges

DIRECTIONS:

Wash  dry garbanzo beans (chickpeas) and soak in cold water for 24 hours. Place garbanzo beans, with their soaking liquid, in a large saucepan and bring to a boil. Simmer for 2 hours, skimming off any debris that may surface. Drain garbanzo beans, reserving 1/4 cup liquid, and refresh in cold water.I usingcannedbeans;drain one can & useliquid , asneeded, fom 2ndcan for processing.

 Food procssor, Process until smooth. Add garlic, tahini, spices and salt, lemon juice and olive oil. Reprocess and adjust seasoning.  cover &  chill..... serve drizzled with additional olive oil with pita chips, tabouleh  (bulgher wheat salad )and taramasalata; .crackers or pita crisps &  raw veggie piees for scooping up this yummy dip


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posted at 1/30/2011 2:37 PM EST
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Hi Ann ,thanks so much for the hummus recipe,I make it but never had it with cumin or chili powder,My husband doesn't like chili powder,but that's Ok because he does hummus either.LOL When I make chili I have to use mild green chili's.He has no sense of adventure.LOL

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posted at 1/30/2011 11:28 PM EST
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Everything sounds delicious.  Thank you.

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posted at 1/31/2011 8:05 AM EST
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Lots of great suggestions and ideas.  Thanks.

Re: LAYERED TACO DIP

posted at 1/31/2011 3:11 PM EST
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Gale...

Here is my dip recipe for the bread bowl that I promised!

Blend together:

1 pt. sour cream
1 pt. mayonaise
1 T. dill weed
1 T. Bon Appetite
1 T. minced onion
1 t. seasoned salt
1 t. parsley flakes

Re: LAYERED TACO DIP

posted at 1/31/2011 4:36 PM EST
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Gale... Here is my dip recipe for the bread bowl that I promised! Belnd together: 1 pt. sour cream 1 pt. mayonaise 1 T. dill weed 1 T. Bon Appetite 1 T. minced onion 1 t. seasoned salt 1 t. parsley flakes
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan, this looks a lot like the dill dip that I make and you are right every one loves it.Thank you for your recipe.What is Bon appetite ?  The Dilly dip that I make is One pint sour cream,one pint Helmans mayo, 1 Tabs.dill,1 Tabs parsley,1 Tabs.minced onion,1 tsp. accent,When I make this for home I use all the ingredients when I'm taking it some where I omit the accent because it is MSG.and some people have a problem with it we don't.I have done some reserch and they are finding out that it is not bad as people think.I made up the dip seasoning for Christmas gifts for all my family and friends.They all loved it.

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posted at 1/31/2011 6:28 PM EST
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Goodness I need to paste and copy all these recipes and make a bunch for Superbowl Sunday. They all sound so delcious.

Re: LAYERED TACO DIP

posted at 1/31/2011 8:04 PM EST
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Hi GALE  ;You can use whatever spices you ( & hubby) like.Wink   Chili powder has GARLIC; OREGANO  & CUMIN in it so I save time by measuring only one ingredient instead of separate measuring steps . Try some of hubby's preferred spices (if any?) I suppose you could stop w/just lemon juice,  garlic, s&p; if that would please him???? corianderwould work to & is mildInnocent 
Please don't tell me he doesn't like garlic;I wouldn't know how to cook w/o it.
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In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
Hi Ann ,thanks so much for the hummus recipe,I make it but never had it with cumin or chili powder,My husband doesn't like chili powder,but that's Ok because he does hummus either.LOL When I make chili I have to use mild green chili's.He has no sense of adventure.LOL
Posted by gale g

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posted at 1/31/2011 8:47 PM EST
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In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
Hi GALE  ; You can use whatever spices you ( & hubby) like.    Chili powder has GARLIC; OREGANO  & CUMIN in it so I save time by measuring only one ingredient instead of separate measuring steps . Try some of hubby's preferred spices (if any?) I suppose you could stop w/just lemon juice,  garlic, s&p; if that would please him???? corianderwould work to & is mild   Please don't tell me he doesn't like garlic;I wouldn't know how to cook w/o it. In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP :
Posted by Ann N


Hi Ann, I like it all,he loves garlic,oregano and cumin but not red chili,whenever we made our homemade sausage he keeps telling me more garlic lol.Now onions I told him that if I can't use onions that would be grounds for divorce lol he likes onions thank God because I really wanted to keep him LOL I go through about 6-9 # of onions a week.He won't eat hummus at all,so I can put anything in it.I love food so much,I wish I could be on Iron Chef to taste everything.If you don't taste things you could be missing out on something wonderful.

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posted at 1/31/2011 10:24 PM EST
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In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP : Hi Susan, this looks a lot like the dill dip that I make and you are right every one loves it.Thank you for your recipe.What is Bon appetite ?  The Dilly dip that I make is One pint sour cream,one pint Helmans mayo, 1 Tabs.dill,1 Tabs parsley,1 Tabs.minced onion,1 tsp. accent,When I make this for home I use all the ingredients when I'm taking it some where I omit the accent because it is MSG.and some people have a problem with it we don't.I have done some research and they are finding out that it is not bad as people think.I made up the dip seasoning for Christmas gifts for all my family and friends.They all loved it.
Posted by gale g


Hi Gale!

Bon appetite is a seasoning...I use McCormick's.

Great idea for gifts!  I don't mean to ask a stupid question, do you make up the dip or do you put the ingredients in a jar when you make up these gifts?

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posted at 1/31/2011 11:34 PM EST
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SmileIn Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP:
In Response to Re: LAYERED TACO DIP : Hi Gale! Bon appetite is a seasoning...I use McCormick's. Great idea for gifts!  I don't mean to ask a stupid question, do you make up the dip or do you put the ingredients in a jar when you make up these gifts?
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan,There are no stupid questions in my kitchen,feel free to ask anything you need to know.What I did was pack all the dry ingredients in the corner of a plastic sandwich bag that I had cut the zip lock part off,so the space where the herbs and spices were look like a cone shape,then I twist tied it closed and tied a curling ribbon around it.I made up little gift tags with the instructions on it.I told what it was and they had to mix it with the sour cream and mayo.I did not include these two items.I don't know if you have a Marc's store around where you live.But it always has neat things.I found these little ceramic angels that were 5/1.00 and I bought a bunch of them and tied those on the dill dip pouch also.I always give angels out to those that are having a difficult time and gifts for the Christmas holiday.Thank you for the info on the Bon Appetite I'm going to check it out tomorrow when I go shopping.I made up dry ingredients that go into soup,chili,really what ever dry ingredients that go into a baking recipe can be done as a gift in a jar, I used pint and quart sized  canning jars to put the mixes in You just supply the dry not the wet ingredients.They had some jar labels on this site for that purpose.You just layer the ingredients and write up the instructions on a gift tag, you can also cut pretty fabric in a circle larger than the lid with pinking sheers and rubber band it around the top and then tie a ribbon on to really make it look sweet.They really are a wonderful gift.I even put the dry ingredients for the beer bread in quart jars minus the beer.Smile

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posted at 2/1/2011 9:35 PM EST
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That is really a neat idea and I think next Christmas I will do that as part of there gift! 

I might do a cut out cookie recipe, put the dry ingredients in a decorative bag and tie a cookie cutter to it!  Boy, you can really come up with a lot of great ideas!! 

THANKS SO MUCH GALE!!!
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