Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is an easy way to modify salsa into something just a bit better and it's a different dish to put on the coffee table during the Superbowl too. It's from a newspaper clipping.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Pour the lemon juice into a bowl and mash up the avocado pulp into it.
  2. Spread this in the bottom of a 7x11-inch casserole dish.
  3. Drain the salsa in a colander and then mix it with the sour cream. Spread this over the avocado layer.
  4. Sprinkle the top with the tomatoes, cheese, scallions and olives.
  5. Refrigerate for up to a day in advance (covered with cling wrap) and serve cold with tortilla chips.


Most Helpful

This dip had a nice flavor and was very easy to assemble. Madeas written. Thanks Bone Man. Bullwinkle

bullwinkle July 07, 2007

Very good! I couldn't bring myself to drain the salsa and it wasn't runny, but it did slosh slightly in the car on the way to our friends' home. I didn't have onions but I wanted some green on top so I added some shredded lettuce, and jalapenos. It looked so nice, was easy to make, and everyone loved it. Thanks!

Rachie P February 19, 2007

A second to the review by Twissis. The guests loved it & I was particularly fond of the half w/o black olives (she cropped the pic to hide that fact ;-) It actually keeps very well and we snacked on it the next day. Thanks for sharing the recipe & thanks to Twissis for making it!

SusieQusie October 26, 2006

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