Mexican flag dip Tell me that this Mexican flag dip isn't perfect to serve during a World Cup match featuring Mexico? It's PERFECT! Plus it is super easy to make and sure to be a hit. You can even make it ahead of time and keep it in your fridge and pull it out when things get heated during the partido. You could make the whole thing from scratch, but you can also use premade ingedients and take all the credit for the yumminess anyway, no one will no the difference.


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Mexican Flag Dip


14 oz. package guacamole dip (like of Wholly Guacamole)
Sour Cream
12 oz. salsa
Parsley or rosemary sprigs
Black beans or black olives
1 bag your favorite tortilla chips

Divide a rectangular pan into thirds. Spread guacamole or guacamole dip and salsa on outer bands, the sour cream goes in the center.

In the center make an eagle shape using of beans or olives and sprigs of greens.

Notes: It's easy to keep everything neat if you do it in this order: guacamole (left), sour cream (middle), then salsa (right). That way the salsa doesn't spread around too much!

Also, if you want to make it heartier you can start with a layer of refried beans on the bottom of the pan, then cover with the guacamole, sour cream, salsa and eagle flag decor and you've got yourself a yummy bean dip with flag fixin's.

Image and recipe via Wholly Guacamole

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