Hot 7 Layer Dip
Try this great Hot 7 Layer Dip recipe and get rave reviews from everyone that you share this easy dish with. This is an easy hot 7 layer dip recipe to make, but it does have a lot of spices and rather a lot of ingredients. For this layer dip recipe, you might want to put a useful tracking practice in to place, called mise en place. The expression, mise en place, comes from the French and means, to put in place. For this layer dip recipe, a mise en place approach would help in two different ways. First, in mise en place, you take out from the cupboards and fridge all the different ingredients that you might need for the recipe. In this way, you cannot be surprised by discovering half way through the recipe that you did not purchase or do not have one important thing in your fridge or cupboard. You have accounted for all of the necessary ingredients before you ever begin cooking or baking. The second thing that using mise en place does is that you order all of the ingredients up in the order that you will be using them. So that way you will use all of the ingredients and not miss one because you had not pulled it from the cupboard or fridge. And the ingredients are in order in front of you, so you cannot forget to use any one of them.
Mise en place might be a great approach to this hot 7 layer dip recipe, especially with young cooks who might be interested in attempting this cheese, bean and meat filled dip recipe. It is quite delicious, and fairly easy to make, but does take a rather lot of ingredients. Mise en place can help to teach an up and coming cook or baker how to organize, and arrange, as well as track every step that they are following in the kitchen. This practice can be especially useful with challenging and long recipes that have plenty of steps and lots to accomplish in order to have a successful result. This 7 layer dip recipe is not that difficult, but it has various components and a lot of ingredients that could get missed or messed up.
Enjoy this healthy and nutritious, bean filled dish that provides lots of good protein and minerals and vitamins to you and your family. Beans are a particularly good food source, and there are plenty in this dish. The beans are well complemented by the meat, which offers even more protein. A range of veggies, offer contrasting color, taste and texture and will have everyone who tastes this dip raving about how yummy it is.
Nutrition Facts for: Hot 7 Layer Dip From Will Cook for Smiles
Ingredients: Vegetable oil, yellow onion, ground beef, garlic clove, salt, chipotle chili pepper powder, paprika, cumin, sour cream, tomato paste, jalapeno peppers, canned black beans, canned corn, tomato, fresh cilantro, Mexican cheese mix.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings.* Per Serving:Calories 52, Calories from Fat 43, Total Fat 4.8g 7%, Saturated Fat 1.5g 8%, Cholesterol 3mg 1%, Sodium 483mg 20%, Potassium 110mg 3%, Carbohydrates 2.2g 1%, Dietary Fiber 0.7g 3%, Sugars 1.2g, Protein 0.6g, Vitamin A 9%, Vitamin C 7%, Calcium 1%, Iron 2%
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