We have enjoyed this dip for about 20 years now. It is always a hit!
This has been our family's nacho dip for as long as I can remember. We also add green onions to the top. It is soooo good! Some of my aunts like to add some cooked ground beef to the base, but my family likes it without.
long time favorite in our house!! Highly recommened! It is HIGHLY ADDICTIVE FOR SURE!!!!!!! We also like to add green onions or red onions on top.
This is the recipe that my best friend made the other day as an appetizer at our BBQ! Totally delish- as we three girls promptly devoured just about all of it while sitting around the table! I could not stop grabbing those chips to dip into that yummy, creamy dip! My mouth is watering!!!!! Need more dip!!!
Simple and yummy. I like it topped w/lots of tomatoes.
I used store-bought taco seasoning, but only added 1/2 of the packet as we find it to be too strong to use the entire packet. A regular pie plate was too small for the amount of dip plus toppings, so I used a dip-dish pie plate but next time will probably use a small platter. Instead of tomatoes, I spread a thick layer of salsa over the top, then piled on chopped lettuce, shredded Cheddar and sliced black olives. Served with Tostitos Baked Scoops.
The first taco dip I ever ate was in a speaking class. One of the speakers gave a demonstration of a taco dip and while we watched her make it, we didn't think much of it but once we all tasted it, we wanted the recipe. I made that dip for years and loved it.
Then I tasted this dip at my sister-in-law's parties and now this has become my favorite Taco Dip. It's so good. I made it for our annual Super Bowl Party for Two for my husband and me.
I changed this about a bit but it was super yummy, thanks for the starting point. I mixed the cream cheese with ground beef and put it in first, Salsa, Sour cream, and cheese on top. I heated and mixed DELICIOUS!
This is great, doesn't last long at a party, easy and quick to make
These are wonderful!!! I add a bit of cilatro into the mix, and YUMMMM everyone asked how these were made. Thanks for posting this one!