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I made this for a friend's oyster roast New Year's Eve/Birthday Party. It was very, very good. The blend of flavors was awesome. The only change I made was I added about 1/2 cup mayo to the avocado to make a bit more and I bought black olives already sliced. I put it in a footed triffle bowl. It made a lovely presentation.
Awesome...I made a huge tray for a family party...I used refried beans, and homemade salsa. I didnt have green onions, but I really wished I did for I know it would have really enhance it. I will definately make this again.Thanks.
My late g/mother made this all the time when I was growing up.. I ate it so much that I burnt myself out, but it has been a long time and when I came across this recipe on this site, I had a craving for it again, and let me tell you... its just as addicting now as it was when I was a kid.. Thanks for brings back the memories
mmm... sooo simple, and soooo yummy! makes for such a cute presentation too. I halfed this recipe and it was very easy to do like you said. :) I also used light sour cream. thanks for a keeper!
I made this for our Open House last weekend and I think this was the most popular appetizer I made! I made it in my trifle dish and it looked spectacular. I made as posted except to use taco cheese as the last layer. This recipe is delicious! Thanks for posting a keeper!
I love this dip and have been looking for the recipe for a couple years now, glad to have finally found it.
This is an awesome recipe. The First at the party to go. I used refried beans and some taco seasoning.I used sasla instead of tomatoes. We will make again Thanks.
I make this dip alot. I have people who sit in front of the dish and don't move. I would make one suggestion: that you pat dry the tomatoes so it does not get runny.
I have been looking for this recipe forEVER! Thank you for posting it. I did mine in a pie dish. Great on baked potatoes! LA :-)
We have prepared this dip for ages by spreading the layers on a large platter or pizza pan. Our first layer is usually refried beans, rather than the dip, though. We have called it "Traveling Taco" and served it with sturdy tortilla chips. It is always a favorite for parties.