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Endives with Cielito Lindo Dip

  • Prep 7 min
  • Total 35 min
  • Ingredients 8
  • Servings 8

Ingredients

8
endive bunches
1
package (8 oz) cream cheese, at room temperature
1
can (15 oz) Old El Paso™ refried beans
4
tomatoes, diced
1
lb cooked ground beef
8
oz guacamole
1
bottle (16 oz) red hot sauce
1
cup Mexican-style cheese, grated

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

To save time, you can make it the day before, cover with plastic and refrigerate.

Cielito lindo dip, also known as seven layer dip, is originally from Puerto Rico, but it has become very popular in the United States thanks to its special combination of Latin American flavors. It’s usually served with a side of chips, but for a lighter option, this time I would like to serve them with fresh endives. Endives are crunchy and they keep their shape so it’s easy to dunk them in the dip. This dip couldn’t be easier to make. Just gather the ingredients and proceed to layer them.

Directions

  • 1 Separate the endive leaves. Wash and dry.
  • 2 Make the dip while the endives dry. In a large glass bowl, layer the ingredients in the following order: cream cheese, refried beans, chopped tomatoes, ground beef, guacamole, the salsa and the cheese.
  • 3 Serve with endives.

Cielito lindo dip, also known as seven layer dip, is originally from Puerto Rico, but it has become very popular in the United States thanks to its special combination of Latin American flavors. It’s usually served with a side of chips, but for a lighter option, this time I would like to serve them with fresh endives. Endives are crunchy and they keep their shape so it’s easy to dunk them in the dip. This dip couldn’t be easier to make. Just gather the ingredients and proceed to layer them.

Rate and Comment

Silvia Martinez Silvia Martinez
September 20, 2016

Cielito lindo dip, also known as seven layer dip, is originally from Puerto Rico, but it has become very popular in the United States thanks to its special combination of Latin American flavors. It’s usually served with a side of chips, but for a lighter option, this time I would like to serve them with fresh endives. Endives are crunchy and they keep their shape so it’s easy to dunk them in the dip. This dip couldn’t be easier to make. Just gather the ingredients and proceed to layer them.