Twelve Layer Taco Dip

Metric Ingredient Imperial
1 can refried beans (14 oz / 398 ml) 1
500 ml sour cream 2 cup
30 ml taco seasoning 2 tbsp
375 ml tomatoes, chopped 1 1/2 cup
250 ml guacamole 1 cup
1 L pepper jack cheese, shredded 4 cup
250 ml scallions, chopped 1 cup1
125 ml can black olives, sliced & drained 1/2 cup
1 can green chiles, chopped & drained (4 oz / 115 g) 1
500 ml iceberg lettuce, shredded 2 cup
250 ml fresh cilantro leaves 1 cup
tortilla chips for serving
In bottom of 9 inch (23 cm) springfoam pan; spread refried beans in even layer in bottom to at least 2 1/2 inches (6 cm) deep.

In a small bowl; combine sour cream and taco seasoning.  Spread only half over beans.

Scatter tomatoes evenly over sour cream in pan. Spread guacamole evenly over tomatoes.  Sprinkle 2 cups (500 ml) cheese on top of avocado.  Scatter scallions over cheese.  Scatter olive slices on top of scallions.  Spoon chiles on top.  Spread remaining sour cream mixture evenly over chiles.  Scatter remaining 2 cups (500 ml) cheese on top.  Scatter lettuce evenly on top.  Scatter cilantro leaves on top.  Cover pan with plastic wrap and refrigerator to chill for at least an hour.

Uncover and unmold, place on serving platter and serve with tortiall chips.

Serves 12

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16 Responses to Twelve Layer Taco Dip

  1. I’ve only made 7-layer! Wow, I’ve got to try this! Thank you, Joy.

  2. Tes says:

    This recipe will make my family lick the bowl!

  3. Nikki says:

    Mmmm this dip IS good!!!! I love taco dips!

  4. kweenmama says:

    This does sound yummy! I will definitely have to try it…maybe tonight!

  5. starlaschat says:

    Looks Yummy! I’m glad your sharing recipes I have family coming in July so it’s nice to have new yummy dishes to cook. Thank You!

    • Joy says:

      You’re welcome Starla. I’ve been working on scanning these and stuff and it’s a lot more time consuming that it looks. I hope you enjoy some of these.

  6. Karen Joy says:

    YUMMO!Ive never done this with so many layers either(ingredients)I LOVE anything taco-ish.Tonight its Enchilada hotdish,maybe tomorrow should be this recipe!Looks like a meal to me.
    Hey,since your back into recipe mode here,have you ever heard of Snickers salad?Adell mentioned it and I googled it…looks odd but curious to try it.Its a like 6 snicker bars chopped,6 granny smith apples and tub of cool whip.Sounds so strange yet good.Wonder what ya all think.

    • Joy says:

      You’ll never believe this Karen but we had Snicker salad at our neighbors Memorial Day party on Monday. I think Jenny brought it. I’ll try and find that and get it ready for a post. Thanks for reminding me.

      • Karen Joy says:

        Funny!Now did you like it?I’ll wait for your post.

      • Jenny says:

        I did make the snickers salad Joy! It’s just snickers bars (a whole bunch of them) apples, bananas, & cool whip. Really simple to make! Kinda a good dessert

        • Joy says:

          I’ll do a separate post for that. Is that okay with you Jenny? What does your look like? Really white and creamy. I did a google pic search of snickers salad and there were a bunch of different versions of it and I don’t remember what yours looked like.

          • Jenny says:

            yea I think I used 1 big tub of cool whip, probably 9 snickers bars, 5 bananas, & 5 apples or so. I would think you want it creamy! The snickers & the cool whip is the best part 😀

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