Taco Smashed Potatoes.

Taco smashed potatoes are a great weeknight meal! Crispy, crunchy smashed potatoes are topped with seasoned taco meat, guacamole, sour cream, cheese and more. Load up your favorite toppings and go to town! It’s my new favorite way to do taco night!  Super crunchy smashed potatoes topped with alllllll our favorite taco fixings. Think seasoned […]

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Taco smashed potatoes are a great weeknight meal! Crispy, crunchy smashed potatoes are topped with seasoned taco meat, guacamole, sour cream, cheese and more. Load up your favorite toppings and go to town!

It’s my new favorite way to do taco night! 

taco smashed potatoes

Super crunchy smashed potatoes topped with alllllll our favorite taco fixings. Think seasoned ground beef, melty cheese, guacamole, sour cream, diced tomatoes, cilantro, pickled onions and more!

The most versatile dinner is here.

a bite of taco smashed potatoes

What’s your favorite thing? Because I’ll put it on a smashed potato. I swear.

smashed golden potatoes

Instead of a baked potato bar, we’re doing a smashed potato bar. Set up all of your favorite taco toppings, make a pan of smashed potatoes and then go to town.

Hello, how fun! 

Also, extra delicious. Very satisfying and filling. Plus, they taste amazing. 

crispy golden crunchy potatoes

My love for smashed potatoes knows no bounds! I will put just about anything on a smashed potato… as evidenced here. 

Oops. 

The classic version is a go-to side dish around here. I don’t even want to tell you how often we make them. 

smashed potatoes topped with taco meat

They are just so delicious though! With their golden crunchy edges, their buttery soft bites and the salty, crisp skin. Aside from eating them off the sheet pan alone, I will cover them in all.the.things.

Give me all the sauces. The cheeses. The toppings. 

Sprinkle everything on a smashed potato and I’m game. 

taco smashed potatoes

I love these so much because everyone else loves them for dinner. So it’s easy for me. You can load them up with ground beef, turkey or shredded chicken or make a vegetarian version. You can do beans instead of (or in addition to!) meat. 

Guac or diced avocado, sour cream or a lime crema drizzle. The options are truly endless.  (more…)

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One Pot Cheesy Nachos.

We love these one pot nachos! The bottom layer is a taco-seasoned ground beef, green chile and pinto bean mixture, topped with tons of cheese and chips. Bake until melty and golden, then serve hot! Best nachos ever. Oh yes, you heard me right!! Nachos. One Pot. ONE POT NACHOS!! These are DIVINE. Layers of […]

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We love these one pot nachos! The bottom layer is a taco-seasoned ground beef, green chile and pinto bean mixture, topped with tons of cheese and chips. Bake until melty and golden, then serve hot! Best nachos ever.

Oh yes, you heard me right!!

one pot cheesy nachos

Nachos. One Pot. ONE POT NACHOS!!

These are DIVINE. Layers of taco-spiced beef, green chile, pinto beans and corn, topped with tons of cheese, crunchy huge tortilla chips and more cheese. Then alllll the toppings. 

YES. 

spiced ground beef in a pot

When I say this is one of the best things I’ve ever made?? Not joking. Not even close.

It’s quite possible that I’ve now moved on from sheet pan nachos. Because these one pot nachos have totally blown everyone’s mind. 

ground beef, beans, chiles and corn

They are hearty. They are so super flavorful. And they are a fun way to serve nachos – plus, you can always throw extra tortilla chips next to them. 

The most fun part of these is that the tortilla chips are set down into the nachos and the melted cheese holds them in place. They are SO good.

one pot cheesy nachos

I was worried that the chips would get soggy in the beef mixture, but they really don’t. They get slightly softer, but barely – and if you’re a fan of chilaquiles, then you’ll love them. 

Seriously, we could not stop eating these. They are out of this world. So much so that I’m making them again tonight for the fourth time. We are obsessed! 

one pot cheesy nachos

Here’s what goes into our pan: 

Ground beef. You can use ground turkey too!

Some taco spices and tomato paste. This makes all the difference.

Diced green chiles! Can’t go without them. 

Pinto beans. You can use black or kidney or whatever you prefer. 

Corn. I just use frozen corn! Stir in a cup and it’s super easy. 

All the cheese. I like a mix of sharp cheddar and monterey jack. I like to grate my own because it melts the best – however the only packaged cheese I use regularly is Tillamook farm shreds. They are awesome.

one pot cheesy nachos

Then, it’s time for the chips. Stick them all around the pan, just the very edge into the mixture.

Bake everything together, just for 12 or 15 minutes. The cheese melts. The chips get toastier. The whole thing marries together and the flavor is wild. They make your house smell amazing too.

one pot cheesy nachos

I just need a nacho candle in my life. (more…)

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Easy Honey Chipotle Shrimp Tacos.

We love these honey chipotle shrimp tacos! Tender, juicy shrimp is cooked in a honey chipotle mixture until sticky and delicious. Served on soft flour tortillas and topped with crumbled cotija cheese and crunchy lime slaw, these are a huge hit every time! These sticky shrimp tacos are a serious new favorite over here. Tender, […]

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We love these honey chipotle shrimp tacos! Tender, juicy shrimp is cooked in a honey chipotle mixture until sticky and delicious. Served on soft flour tortillas and topped with crumbled cotija cheese and crunchy lime slaw, these are a huge hit every time!

These sticky shrimp tacos are a serious new favorite over here.

honey chipotle shrimp tacos

Tender, juicy shrimp in a sticky honey chipotle sauce are served in crispy flour tortillas with crumbly cotija cheese and the crunchiest lime slaw. The texture! The crunch! And the flavor is just unreal. 

This is my kind of taco.

honey chipotle shrimp

I’m always on the search for new taco recipes. These days, my kids are obsessed with my baked turkey tacos, and while I love them too, I want them to have some taco variety in their life!

I’ve talked about it before but we had taco night every week in our house growing up – the classic ground beef tacos made with that old el paso taco seasoning. Sometimes we did hard shells, other times we did soft flour tortillas or even nachos. There were always bowls of chopped tomatoes, lettuce and shredded cheddar as well as copious amounts of sour cream.

The filling was always the same though: that classic 90s seasoned ground beef taco mix. It was delicious, but week after week it got a bit old at times. 

lime slaw

That’s why I love doing different variations of tacos here at home… that way the kids are exposed to all sorts of flavors and textures. I will put nearly anything in a taco, of course. 

honey chipotle shrimp

If we go out to a restaurant and get tacos, Max tends to order chicken and Emilia loves anything with carnitas or pulled pork. I love a good fish taco and even better – a perfect shrimp taco. Eddie LOVES a shrimp version – or anything seafood. They can be hard to find though, so we love making them at home.

lime slaw

My lime sheet pan shrimp fajitas are one of the most-made recipes here on the blog. I took some inspiration from those and made a sticky honey chipotle shrimp in a skillet, then topped the taco with a super crunchy lime slaw. SO delicious.

I also did a quick pan-fry for my tortilla, because it doesn’t get much better than that. Added some crumbly cotija cheese for a creamy punch and

OH
MY
GOSH.

honey chipotle shrimp in a skillet

These tacos are divine. 

tortillas with chipotle honey shrimp

They are also super easy. Are you ready for this? The shrimp only has two ingredients in the sauce: chipotles in adobo sauce and honey. That is it. Of course, add a sprinkle of salt and pepper, but the flavor is all there. Sticky, sweet, a touch of heat and they’re done. (P.S. if you’re making this for kids and want to avoid super spicy, leave the actual chipotles out and just do the adobo sauce!) 

The key is only cooking the shrimp for 30 seconds to 1 minute or so. Of course, this depends on the size of your shrimp, but the quickest way to make shrimp tough is by overcooking. So I say undercook them in the pan just a bit, and then add the sauce and let them simmer away to finish cooking. The sauce gets so sticky and wonderful – it’s hard not to eat the shrimp right from the skillet. 

honey chipotle shrimp tacos

Also super easy: the slaw! I need to share a recipe post soon with our favorite slaw recipe. It comes from Lacy and it’s the slaw we make for just about anything: tacos, sandwiches, a salad base – all the things. It’s very neutral but flavorful at the same time and can work with many dishes.

I find it to work exceptionally well with all meats and seafood too.  (more…)

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Weeknight Baked Turkey Tacos.

Everyone adores these baked ground turkey tacos! These are perfect to make on a busy weeknight and so delicious. Cheesy, warm and topped with lettuce, avocado and pico de gallo, they are great for a family meal. This is our family’s most favorite taco recipe at the moment. They’re crunchy, cheesy and loaded with all […]

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Everyone adores these baked ground turkey tacos! These are perfect to make on a busy weeknight and so delicious. Cheesy, warm and topped with lettuce, avocado and pico de gallo, they are great for a family meal.

This is our family’s most favorite taco recipe at the moment.

weeknight baked turkey tacos

They’re crunchy, cheesy and loaded with all the good toppings.

taco shells stuffed with ground turkey

Tacos have changed a bit in our house! Much to my excitement, one of Max’s current favorite foods happens to be tacos. It makes me so happy and honestly… shocked. 

It’s not just any tacos though. And it’s not a version of a street taco or anything fancy.  

It’s that classic hard shell taco, which I find hilarious because it had been YEARS since I bought hard corn shells. Years. It’s basically the kind of taco I ate as a kid. 

He really loves tortilla chips and I’m not sure when, but he had a taco in a hard corn shell and put cheese, salsa and lettuce on it and was thrilled. Now he asks for them almost every single week. We even ate them the night before school as our special dinner.

ground turkey tacos with cheese

I make these many different ways, but this is the no-fuss version that happens often when we’re busy during the week. Especially now with school back in session, our weekdays are packed. I want dinner to be easy, delicious and something that everyone looks forward to.

These tacos are ALWAYS a winner. Everyone gets excited at the thought of them.

cheesy ground turkey taco

I have many turkey taco recipes here on the blog. And I have our favorite weeknight ground beef tacos too.

I almost exclusively use ground turkey for our tacos, but of course that is interchangeable with ground beef. Use whichever you have or love. I brown the ground turkey and add my own taco seasoning. It’s something that I make so often that I don’t even measure it anymore – but it is a bit smoky and not very cumin heavy. We enjoy it so much and use the seasoning mix any time we make nachos or taco salads too. 

quick pico de gallo

Once the ground turkey is ready, I stuff the shells. The kids love to help with this part too. This is what I’ve found: now that we have five solid eaters in this house, it’s great to make a big baking dish full of these tacos. It’s simple, easy and gets the job done. Plus, everything gets warm and melty and tastes so good together!

(P.S. can I just say that it’s crazy that we have FIVE eaters in this house? I seriously feel like it was just Eddie and I a few weeks ago, and I was cooking whatever, whenever I wanted and we ate whatever, whenever we wanted. My mind is blown!) 

weeknight baked turkey tacos

So, back to the tacos. I line up the shells in a 9×13 baking dish. This works best for our family but if you are feeding fewer people, use an 8×8 or 9×9 dish. Regardless of size, the taco shells won’t fit perfectly in dish. That’s okay! Just make them work and don’t smash them.

The delicious secret is to add some cheese to the bottom of the hard shell. This makes everything extra cheesy. I love to use chihuahua cheese (I find it at my local grocery store) because it melts perfectly. You can also use cheddar. Sprinkle in some cheese, then top with a few spoonfuls of the seasoned ground turkey. There is no right or wrong here, no way to overfill or underfill. Fill them as much as you wish, based on the toppings you want to add on.

weeknight baked turkey tacos

Of course, the next step is to add another little sprinkle of cheese. Cheese on both ends please! Then I add shredded lettuce. My kids love lettuce for some reason. They don’t really eat salad, but they ask for lettuce on their burgers and lettuce on their tacos! I am not complaining. 

Next comes a salsa or in this case, my quick homemade pico. This is Eddie’s favorite part of any taco-ish meal that we have, so I always make it. We use it for topping and use it as a chunky salsa too. I make it a few hours ahead of time if possible and it gets better as it sits in the fridge. I also throw in some avocado if I have it.

Then I bake ‘em. 400 degrees for 10 or 15 minutes, just until everything is crisp, warm, melty and marrying together in flavor. 

weeknight baked turkey tacos

Baking these in a dish like this makes them so incredibly easy to serve, especially to kids. This way we can all sit and eat at one time, as opposed to them eating one taco, then asking for help with another and so on. It’s convenient, delicious and also a great way to utilize the leftovers!

If we happen to have leftovers for this meal, I will wrap the tacos up in foil and store them in the fridge. A quick reheat in the oven makes them taste brand new.  (more…)

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Weeknight Taco Stuffed Avocados.

These taco stuffed avocados are super delicious! Halved avocados filled with seasoned ground beef, chopped tomatoes, cheese, lettuce and crushed tortilla chips for the ultimate weeknight meal. We’re making cute little taco avocados today!!  These taco avocados are filled with seasoned ground beef, cheddar cheese, shredded lettuce, tomatoes and crunchy crushed tortilla chips for that […]

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These taco stuffed avocados are super delicious! Halved avocados filled with seasoned ground beef, chopped tomatoes, cheese, lettuce and crushed tortilla chips for the ultimate weeknight meal.

We’re making cute little taco avocados today!! 

weeknight taco stuffed avocados

These taco avocados are filled with seasoned ground beef, cheddar cheese, shredded lettuce, tomatoes and crunchy crushed tortilla chips for that classic taco flavor. They are irresistible! 

weeknight taco stuffed avocados

I love these avocados because you can make them for one, or for a family. You can make them with leftover taco ingredients from taco night and you can add whatever toppings you love. There is no wrong way to make them. You just have to find a nice ripe avocado and you’re set. 

seasoned ground beef

I’ve made stuffed avocados before – both times with chicken! I’ve done cheesy chicken stuffed avocados AND chicken salad stuffed avocados, so I love this new little twist.

In fact, I wanted to call these “walking taco avocados” but I realize that completely defeats the purpose of the walking taco in a bag of chips. My thinking was that all the toppings are actually ON the avocado. So yeah, the name is cute but it’s a no go because none of us are literally walking around with a stuffed avocado in our hands. Whomp whomp. 

avocados

Anyway, let’s talk filling!

I use my seasoned ground beef from my weeknight ground beef tacos. I keep the beef mixture on the drier side (but not in a bad way!) for the avocados so they aren’t as messy. My mom always made a saucier ground beef mixture for tacos and I often do too, but the drier version works so well here. I do include the saucier version below as well, so you can choose whichever you like.

sliced avocados with taco meat

Below, you will also find the homemade seasoning mixture for the tacos. I love it because it doesn’t taste like straight 100% cumin and salt. There’s a bit more smoky flavor. Now if you have a taco seasoning packet you adore – use that! Keep it simple.

weeknight taco stuffed avocados

For the rest of the toppings, I like to do a really classic taco.

Think like a ground beef taco from the 90s.

Shredded lettuce.

Shredded cheddar,

Chopped tomatoes.

Maybe even some taco sauce if you have it. (I do have it: an excellent recipe for it is in Everyday Dinners!). 

Crushed tortilla chips of course!

We all love these, aside from Eddie who isn’t the biggest avocado fan. The kids though? Totally sold on them.

They are easy, great for leftovers and can come together fast. I like to serve them with the beef warm (so the cheese melts slightly too!), but you can also serve them completely cold. They are super flavorful and very satisfying thanks to the avocado. A must make! (more…)

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Pork carnitas ribs

Pork carnitas ribs are slowly cooked in a citrus and garlic glaze until the meat is savory, tangy, and rich, much like its Tex-Mex namesake.
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Pork carnitas ribs are slowly cooked in a citrus and garlic glaze until the meat is savory, tangy, and rich, much like its Tex-Mex namesake.

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Totchos (Tater Tot Nachos!)

Impress everyone with this totchos recipe! Tater tot nachos are endless fun, crispy and loaded with all the best toppings.…

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Impress everyone with this totchos recipe! Tater tot nachos are endless fun, crispy and loaded with all the best toppings.

Totchos

Looking for fun party food, or a tasty appetizer dinner? One word for you: Totchos! Just as you’d imagine, crispy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside tots are just the thing for loading with nachos toppings. This Totchos recipe is our favorite way to make them: topped with black beans, corn, pico, guacamole, sour cream and lots of cheese. Here are the tricks to making your own pan of tater tot nachos!

What are totchos?

Tater tot nachos, aka totchos, are nachos where tater tots stand in for the tortilla chips. Mix up the toppings while the tots bake and you’ve got a hearty appetizer or even dinner. It’s unclear who invented tachos, but they’ve captured popular imagination and you can now find them on restaurant and bar menus.

We first tasted Totchos years ago at a restaurant in Montana, of all places! Around a table with my family and mugs of microbrew, we experienced the magic of totchos: crispy fried potatoes topped with black beans, avocado mash, and a white queso sauce. Between the “Mmmm’s”, Alex and I caught each others’ eyes. We’ve got to try this at home.

Totchos

Ingredients in tater tot nachos

This Totchos recipe is an idea template: like with standard nachos, you can load them up with just about anything you like. This list of toppings is the combination of ingredients that we love. One thing to remember: you’ll want a good contrast of dry and gooey ingredients. In our opinion, the guacamole steals the show and is absolutely required here. Here’s what you’ll need for tater tot nachos:

  • Frozen tater tots: look for a high quality brand with natural ingredients if possible! Our favorite is Alexia (or try homemade tater tots if you’re feeling adventurous)
  • Black beans
  • Spices: Garlic powder, chili powder, cumin
  • Cilantro
  • Red onion and green onion
  • Jalapeño pepper
  • Mexican-style blend shredded cheese
  • Pico de gallo
  • Corn
  • Guacamole
  • Sour cream (or Vegan Nacho Cheese or Cashew Cream)
Totchos recipe

Tips for serving this totchos recipe

Totchos is a very simple concept, but there are a few things to note about this recipe.

  • Use either 1 pound or 1 ½ pounds. The topping amount should work for up to 1 ½ pounds tots, so use more if you’re expecting hearty appetites.
  • Prep the toppings while the tots bake. You’ll want to serve the tots right away when they’re hot, so use this time to chop and assemble everything.
  • When getting creative with toppings, make sure to balance gooey with dry textures. The tots and melted cheese are dry on their own, so be generous with the dollops of guacamole and sour cream to carry the dish. Or, use a queso sauce! See below.

More topping ideas

This totchos recipe is a template for you to get creative! There are lots of other ways to top your tater tot nachos. Here are some additional ideas to get your wheels turning:

Totchos recipe

Notes on vegan tater tot nachos

Tater tots are naturally vegan, so it’s easy to make this recipe into a dairy-free or vegan recipe! Here’s what to do:

  • Omit the cheese
  • Use Cashew Cream or Vegan Nacho Cheese in place of the sour cream. We highly recommend the nacho cheese, as it helps to add back the savory, cheesy flavor. If you don’t have to time to make homemade, Siete Foods also sells a great vegan queso.

More nacho recipes

Are you a nachos fan like we are? Try these spins on the classic:

This totchos recipe is…

Vegetarian and gluten-free. For vegan, plant-based and dairy-free, see the notes above.

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Totchos

Totchos


  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 4 to 6

Description

Impress everyone with this Tochos recipe! Tater tot nachos are endless fun, crispy and loaded with all the best toppings.


Ingredients

  • 1 to 1 1/2 pounds frozen tater tots
  • ¾ cup canned black beans, drained and rinsed
  • ½ teaspoon olive oil
  • ⅛ teaspoon each garlic powder and chili powder
  • ¼ teaspoon each cumin and kosher salt
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped cilantro
  • ¼ cup finely diced red onion
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced
  • 1 jalapeño pepper, thinly sliced (optional)
  • 1 cup Mexican-style blend shredded cheese (omit for vegan)
  • ½ cup pico de gallo, drained (or finely diced tomato and red onion)
  • ¼ cup canned corn, drained
  • ½ cup guacamole
  • Sour cream (or Vegan Nacho Cheese or Cashew Cream)

Instructions

  1. Bake the tater tots according to the bag instructions (place on a parchment-paper lined sheet pan and bake at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for about 25 minutes until crispy). 
  2. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, mix the black beans with olive oil, garlic powder, chili powder, cumin and kosher salt. Chop the cilantro, red onion, green onions, and jalapeño pepper (if using). 
  3. When the tater tots are baked, sprinkle them with the cheese and place them back in the oven until it is melted, about 2 minutes. 
  4. Remove the tray from the oven. Top with the beans, cilantro, red and green onion, drained pico de gallo and corn, sliced jalapeno peppers (if using), and dollops of sour cream and guacamole. 
  • Category: Appetizer
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegetarian

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Smoky Chipotle Layered Taco Dip.

Here’s a spin on the classic taco dip! I make a smoky chipotle beef, layer it with beans and sour cream and salsa verde and load it up with toppings for the perfect layered taco dip. It’s so delicious! Raise your hand if you’d like to eat layered taco dip for dinner! Or let’s be […]

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Here’s a spin on the classic taco dip! I make a smoky chipotle beef, layer it with beans and sour cream and salsa verde and load it up with toppings for the perfect layered taco dip. It’s so delicious!

Raise your hand if you’d like to eat layered taco dip for dinner!

smoky chipotle layered taco dip

Or let’s be real – just about every single meal. It is the best.

Sign me up for bottomless chips, margaritas and a plate of this deliciousness. I am a happy girl! 

seasoned taco ground beef

This is my slightly elevated version of the layered taco dip that we all grew up eating and loved so much.

You know – beans, sour cream, guac, olives, tomatoes? That one?

I do like that one, but I make one that we like a little more. Especially Eddie, considering the guac and olives are a no go for him. 

This version is a bit more satisfying, a little fancier and kind of even reminds me of my turkey taco nacho skillet

refried beans + sour cream + salsa verde

I can’t even express how good this is! It is SO flavorful, the perfect party plate and something you’ll want to make over and over. Game day, BBQ, dinner party – the works! Make it for all the things. 

This dip has lots of texture, tons of flavor and looks super pretty on a plate too. I like to serve it on a platter where you can actually see some of the layers and colors, but you could throw it in a baking dish too! 

smoky chipotle layered taco dip

This is how we layer!

I start with the classic refried beans layer. I LOVE refried beans. They make the best base layer, especially because they are heavier than everything else. 

Next, I do a layer of sour cream and salsa verde, combined. YES. This is so super delicious. I simply stir together some salsa verde and sour cream and spread it on top of the refried beans.

The next layer is our smoky chipotle ground beef. You could do ground turkey, chicken or even a plant based version. I sprinkle it all over the sour cream. This is amazing for the texture and of course, flavor. 

smoky chipotle layered taco dip

Cheese! Sharp cheddar is my go-to, but you can choose your favorite here. What do you love on a taco? Grate it and sprinkle it all over the beef layer. 

Then it’s time to load on the toppings. I like to do tomatoes, then shredded lettuce, some cilantro and green onions. I kind of toss it all together and throw it on.

Finally, pickled onions for the win! You know I can’t live without these. Pretty pink color and a wonderful tangy bite. They are one of my most favorite ingredients of all time. 

smoky chipotle layered taco dip

Because I make this for get-togethers, I usually skip an avocado layer. I KNOW! I know that sounds crazy. There are a few reasons for that. First, I just don’t love store-bought guac. I can’t ever get into it. And that’s what people usually use for the guac layer.

And second, I like to prep this ahead of time or let it sit for a bit and the avocado browning just brings down the vibe. I like to keep it vibrant and pretty!

smoky chipotle layered taco dip

When I add avocado, I just cube it and sprinkle it on top with the lettuce and scallions and tomatoes right before serving. 

And the other option I love is to serve a bowl of guac on the side so you have the best of both worlds. Layered taco dip AND guac. No need to play favorites here. 

Serve this with lots of chips, an icy beer or a margarita on the rocks. HEAVEN.  (more…)

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