This recipe was very popular back in my teenaged cast-party days, when my mom would make it for us. I recall getting the recipe from Mike Everheart's mom, I think. I love this stuff! I usually make a double or 1.5 recipe, and keep the extras at home for myself. ;) It's hard to believe how much folks are paying for these layered dips in the stores... it tastes better when you make your own!
I had some leftover roast from Recipe#323179, and I wanted to do something different with it. So I came up with the following recipe.The optional ingredients are divided as follows, 1 Tablespoon each of sour cream and salsa. And top that with 1/2 Tablespoon of green onions, and if desired add extra cheese. If you try this, I hope you enjoy it.Submitted to " ZAAR " on December 20, th, 2009.
These are GREAT finger foods that are hard to stop eating. Just a little advanced prep and they are good to go! My husband loves them. This is his cousins newest addition to the family cookbook. Thanks Nic!
These are absolutely delightful ! A friend of mine gave this recipe to me recently and I have already made these 3 times in 1 week! You can make these with plain tortillas but I used the red (sundried tomato tortilla) and green (spinach tortilla) to add some festive colour to the Holiday season! These have been gobbled up quickly wherever I take them and will not disappoint. They are almost too pretty to eat...but just try and stop them! Easy to make, festive looking and totally delicious ! What more could you ask for in an appetizer?
This layered dip is always a hit! Great at parties or as an appetizer. Sometimes if I can't find raspberry salsa in the market I'll use my favorite salsa with fresh or frozen raspberries. It's also great the next day...Enjoy!