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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Seven Layer Taco Dip
I add jalapenos (2-3) to the green pepper (make sure they are not wet) and omit the black olives . I also use hot salsa and "spicy" (lol) taco seasoning and "spicy" re-fried beans if I can find them(if not, I use fat free). I would recommend seeding the tomato before chopping it and use "reduced fat" cream cheese (fat free is a MISTAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!). I LOVE this dip though. It's basic, but really tasty. I eat it with tortilla, carrots, or tortilla chips. Additionally, I like a sharp cheese (nothing too milky/bland). Finally...it does get watery after the first day, so presentation may be a concern...If you don't mind, just drain off the salsa/lettuce water :)

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 10, 2012
Baba Ghanoush
I like this. I do always end up changing things to taste (more or less lemon/tahini/salt as I blend it all. My biggest suggestion would be to oil a cookie sheet with olive oil and then cut X hash marks all around the eggplant (I use 2). They should be relatively deep slits,almost like tic-tac-to...only closer (but not so that it falls apart). I always bake it for a longer period, rotating them as I go...I have had the best results when they look shriveled/brown on the outside, on all sides (and that takes longer than 40 min in my oven at 400). It is a good recipe though! I am just particular and want to mimic the grilled/charred flavor..

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 10, 2012
Basboosa II
tasty, from Egypt, Palestine, India and the USA.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 10, 2012
 
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