This is a dip Tracey and I fell in love with nearly fifteen years ago, while we were courting, so it brings back so happy memories.
This recipe is simple. Your only decision is whether to make the guacamole dip yourself or head to your local IGA for a pre-made one from their cold section. Throw in some corn chips for dipping and you’ve got yourself a crowd-pleaser people will be asking you for the recipe of.
I love watching people sample this for the very first time.
They’ll screw up their nose but curiousity will get the better of them as they watch several members of our family hoeing in. Of course, once they grab a corn chip and try it their expression will change immediately, and you’ll notice the amount of dip on their corn chips steadily increase with each tasting.
You will need:
1 can of refried beans
1 cup of guacamole dip
300ml sour cream
3 tablespoons taco seasoning
1 tomato, chopped
STEP ONE: This recipe is three layers of bliss. Open that can of refried beans and spread it evenly over the base of your dish.
STEP TWO: Now we want a layer of guacamole.
STEP THREE: Finally, mix the sour cream, taco seasoning and tomato in a bowl and then spread it over the guacamole layer.
STEP FOUR: Get yours before it’s all gone.
Add a bit of spice to the dish by adding a layer of your favourite Salsa Dip between the avocado and the sour cream 🙂
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This has been a sponsored post for IGA 🙂 But the love of refried bean dip is all our own.
If you add some red onion to the sour cream layer and then drizzle some sweet chilli sauce and grated cheese on the top it is even better.
I have to say that anything with ‘refried beans’ in the title can put me off, but you seriously have me intrigued and may just about have sold this dip to me!
I do recommend it, Kez 🙂 seriously good nosh.
this dip sounds devine only ill add my home made refried beans instead of the canned variety