Every year for New Year’s Eve, I make a taco dip. It is my husband’s favorite appetizer, and I usually only make it for New Year’s Eve. It is a recipe that my mom made when I was growing up and I adapted it from her recipe.
What you need:
a small package of ground beef
refried beans (I usually use one can)
chopped tomatoes (optional)
chopped green onion (optional)
(basically anything you would put on a taco)
*This year I added a can of chopped green chilies.
How to make it:
*Brown hamburger until no pink is left.
* Drain and add refried beans straight to meat. ( This is where I added the can of chopped chilies.) Mix together and heat until beans are hot.
*Add taco seasoning to sour cream and stir until blended very well. (You can add the taco seasoning to the meat as well. This is what my mom does.)
*Spread hamburger and refried beans into a baking dish.
Layer sour cream, and cheese, . (tomatoes, olives, and onions if desired)
Sprinkle lettuce on top and add more cheese.
*Bake for 30 minutes on 350 degrees.
*Serve with tortilla chips.
It is very easy to make and very good.
This can be made for any occasion, but we have always made it for New Year’s Eve. It has become a family (both mine and my husband’s) favorite and it just isn’t a New Year’s Eve without it.