Belated superbowl dip

February 9, 2008 at 5:47 am 1 comment

sbdip
Mmm… dip! Anyhoo, I ended up doing a few five layer dips for the Super Bowl and they were devoured in no time. Made one for the anime club @ girlfriend’s (TK’s) campus and they also left it for dead. Figured I’d put this simple recipe up and let you give it a go. It’s basically all made from items you can find at your local grocers.
    Osaka’s Quick Five Layer Dip
    1 16oz can of refried beans (fat-free or even vegetarian made for the good kids)
    1 can of Tostitos brand salsa con queso
    green onions
    black olives (sliced for best results!)
    1 16oz can of your favorite variety of salsa (I used a simple medium spiced one, but I really want to do one with black bean and corn salsa with cilantro that I’ve made from scratch plenty of times before)
    a blend of shredded mozzarella, cheddar, monterey jack and asadego cheese
    1 8 or 16oz container of sour cream
      Basically layer these items in the order that I mentioned, and garnish it with any diced green onions and olives you have left over. Makes about 2-3 quart sized containers worth, although you can do one at a time. Doubt it if one dish’ll last long though. 😄 Bon appetit!

      By osk1.jpg Osaka, one of many nicknames for Thomas, an aspiring lyricist from Buffalo NY, and guy of good nature and wisecracks. He loves to cook occasionally, trying new recipes that not only taste delicious, but entertain the eyes and tease your palette. Yet another watcher of the Food Network, he usually dabbles in the kitchen of his job where he works in foodservice.

      Tell them to acquire my personality for a show too! I’ll rhyme in the bistro while baking cookies or grilling tuna steaks with a spicy chutney!
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      • 1. doreen  |  February 12, 2008 at 3:49 am

        This looks yum! Seeing as how it’s in the tupper like that, it looks like it would be a good li’l somethin’ to spoon into a smaller container for a good work lunch. If I had the ingredients, I’d make this now.

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