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I made this to take to fishing camp and everyone loved it!! It was a snap to make and traveled very well. I added dollops of sour cream and diced fresh tomatoes on the top. Served with crisp tortilla chips. We all declared this one a winner! Thanks, Kari!!

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MizzNezz August 07, 2002

My husband and I love this dish I have fixed several times and it is great each time. We eat it as meal,and I use small loaf tins to make individual servings, I also freeze them for dinner during the week.

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nickey fisher August 05, 2002

I make this all the time...even my mother-in-law who doesn't like mexican foods requests it!!! I have tried it as a dip and as a filling and it is great either way!! Thanks Kari for a great recipe!!

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Beth Gariety October 15, 2003

This was REALLY good! It took no time at all to make, and I served it in tortillas. It was really messy and we had to cut it up and eat it with a fork, but my husband, 4 year old daughter, and I ate it up. As for the left-overs, I'm going to buy a big bag of tortilla chips to finish it off. Thanks for posting this!

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Denise Nachtigal April 15, 2004

Really, really yummy! We've eaten it both ways; as a dip with tortilla chips, as well as in flour tortillas as a soft taco filling. Both were great. This is the BEST when it's warm. Drain your meat well so that you don't have any greasy run-off.

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DixieLand April 20, 2008

I was a little leery of the velveeta, it's not something I normally use. I wasn't sure how to use it so I julienned it and spread it. I also topped mine with fresh tomato and lettuce after I took it out of the oven. This was amazing and well received. Next time I think I will replace the ground beef with chorizo.

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whatscooking October 30, 2007

Excellent! I used ground bison in place of the beef and it turned out great! Definitely the hit of our family picnic and a recipe I will make for years to come!

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CFreilinger August 14, 2007

I made this for a baby shower, it was devoured! It made a lot, enough for approximately 20 of us. I used salsa instead of the chopped tomatoes, left out olives for our preference. I will make this OFTEN, it is really really good.

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Nana Anne March 11, 2007

Made this dip for superbowl 2005 and everyone LOVED IT!!! I've never had such a tasty layered dip. The taco seasoning was the right touch. I can't wait to make it again. THANKS!!

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MsPiggy April 18, 2005

Great recipe! Only put olives on one side my husband doesn't like the olives that much. He eats this with flour tortillas and I eat it with chips. Either way its great

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Mom2Ashley January 24, 2005
Easy Mexican Layered Dip