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Historic Lynchburg Graveyard Taco Dip
Historic Lynchburg Graveyard Taco Dip

  1. The first layer is the bean layer, and you can use refried beans or black beans. Refried beans are already nice and smooth, but black beans are a great option. If you use black beans, blend them up or mash them with a ricer. Spread them out to form the base layer.
  2. The next layer is a spiced sour cream layer. It's easy: mix sour cream with Lynchburg taco seasoning and dollop right on top of the beans. The third layer is mashed avocado, mayonnaise and minced garlic spread on top of the sour cream layer.
  3. The fourth layer is your favorite salsa, and the fifth layer is chopped green onions. Before finishing the dip, sprinkle on a little more Lynchburg Taco & Fajita Seasoning and chill for at least an hour. You can even prepare the first five layers the day before serving.
  4. The grave markings are shapes cut into small tombstone shaped tortillas, and then baked at 350F for a few minutes until browned. Use a food safe marker to decorate the crisp tortillas with different graveside sayings.
  5. Feel free to add whatever you want to your layer dip mix. Black olives or jalapeño peppers make a good addition, or perhaps include some shredded cheese, some ground and well browned ground hamburger or chuck, or for a little more spicy add some Historic Lynchburg Jalapeño, Habanero or The Beast Hot Sauce. This layered dip is a customizable appetizer: you can't ruin it!

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The undead will come to life with this graveyard taco dip from the hills of Tennessee. The mummies will come running for this dip inspired by a simple 7-layer taco dip - but simplified.

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