Seven layer dip and nachos are both classic Super Bowl recipes. They also have a lot in common, with seven layer dip essentially being deconstructed nachos. There are advantages to each. The layered dip is certainly easier for a crowd, and you can avoid the biggest drawback of nachos–the soggy factor. On the other hand, if your not afraid of a little mess, there’s nothing like loaded nachos dripping with tasty melted cheese. Whichever classic Super Bowl recipe you choose, you’re sure to have a yummy Super Bowl snack for your guests.
Our approach to nachos is classic, with all the traditional fixings. With cheese, beans, canned olive slices, pickled jalapenos, avocado, salsa and sour cream, these are nachos with the works. Of course they’re also open to endless variation, so go ahead and make them your way. You can find our easy recipe here.
Angie’s super tasty seven layer dip is a fresh approach, she includes all the yummy ingredients you’d expect, and the result is a beautiful, satisfying dip that your guests will find hard to resist.
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