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This is one of my favorite PC recipes and it originally called for the PC Southwest Seasoning Mix instead of taco seasoning, which is a great substitute. Also, the tomatoes, green onions, black olives and cilantro are to be added AFTER baking, not before. Hope this helps.
Great dip! I put this together the night before, baked it, then topped w/green onion, cilantro, jalapnos, and tomatoes. Really easy, and enjoyed by everyone.
This dip is Awesome ...... I make a double batch every time, and every time it disappears! We absolutely LOVE this dip ... and it IS SO EASY to make!
I think to suit our tastes, next time, we'll halve the amount of cream cheese & sour cream mixture; wait to put the cilantro on after it comes out of the oven or maybe not even bake it at all
Wasn't as good as I was expecting..:( It was ok,though, but I won't be keeping this recipe...
A friend of mine makes this all the time it is wonderful! Everyone always raves over it!
This is a true winner at parties. Everyone wants the recip. Good thing I made a double batch.
Delicious and easy to make.
I made this for Superbowl. I did tweek it though. I added a layer of corn, a layer of ground beef seasoned w/the taco seasoning (minus the amount used in the sour cream/cream cheese mixture) & on top I used some black bean salsa. I made this up the day before except for the tomatoes & cilantro. It is very good - - not spicy - - but you can add spice but not delete. Made in a 9x9 square pain. Well received.
This recipe doesn't need any more favorable reviews LOL but I gotta say this is majorly yummy! I used fat free ingredients, my own taco seasoning mix, low fat cheese & skipped a lot of the toppings (olives, tomatoes, onions, etc). I actually like it better cold than warm; personal preference. Thanks so much for sharing; thought I'd LOST this recipe!