5 Reviews

Yum! I have eaten almost the whole thing in 2 days! I added some onions, tomatoes and cilantro into the dip. Used my food processor to mash the beans. Probably will add more chipotle next time. Tastes great with Fritos!

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StacyMD187373 March 14, 2009

well this was a little sweet for me ( next time i will use less tomato paste) but noone else seemed to think so and it didnt last long AT ALL people couldnt stop raving about it - i'm glad i doubled it.. it doesnt make much.. but it is good. i also served it with cheese and avacado chunks.. rated favorite dip at the party! i used 2 chipotle chiles in sauce and that gave it good heat and i didnt quite double the sc and paste. thanks i love black bean dips

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sprue August 06, 2007

This was a test-run for the holidays, and I plan on making this again for certain! the only change I made was I added in some fresh garlic, great recipe Pam! thanks, Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz October 29, 2006

I totally agree with luv2bake...I too use dips as spreads for bread..Will try this one!

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diest May 07, 2006

Instead of using dips as dips, we usually make them as lunch bread spread. It's always nice to have a variety of dips to use. This is a great dip. I really enjoyed it. I liked the creaminess the sour cream provided (I use fat free), and the amount of spices. For ease of preparation, instead of mashing the beans with a potato masher, I slightly pureed them in the food processor. I enjoyed this dip on homemade baked tortilla chips, crackers and bread. It is excellent on bread with cheese and lettuce. The presentation is also very pretty, and would be eye catching served at a potluck or as an appetizer.

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LUv 2 BaKE February 15, 2006
Black Bean Chipotle Dip