How to make it

  • Ok here we go:
  • First, brown the meat till done. Salt and pepper, and add 1/2 package taco mix, or half of what you prepared yourself. Once cooked, drain well and keep in pan.
  • In the meantime, open beans, drain, rinse and place into stewpot large enough to hold them comfortably. Add remaining taco mix. Cook approximately 5 minutes, then mash thoroughly with potato masher.
  • Make your guacamole - I keep it simple for this recipe, just the mashed avacados, a little lime juice and chopped onion, a chopped tomato....but just however you make guacamole is fine. Set aside for now.
  • Once meat and beans are done, begin layering into a 9 x 13 baking dish. Start with meat layer. Use it all.
  • Add layer of beans. Use about 2/3 of your beans.
  • Add layer of shredded cheese
  • Add layer of guacamole.
  • Add layer of salsa and/or salsa verde
  • Add layer of sour cream.
  • Top off with remaining beans and more shredded cheese.
  • Bake @ 350-375 for about 20 minutes, until heated through.
  • Of course, this can still be used for dip if you wish, but I find it makes a wonderful main dish, served with warm tortillas and extra guacamole.

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  • wttothemax 8 years ago
    I think I might like this.
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  • kimbaby 10 years ago
    oh my hubby will love this one, sounds so yummy!
    can't wait to try it
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    " It was excellent "
    auntybea ate it and said...
    Mmmmmm, I've always thought of changing up one of my layered bean dip recipes into a casserole but never have. Now you've done it for me!
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