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VERY good, very simple, and vegan! We added a pinch more salt but otherwise was fine as is. It was thicker than I expected (not like the photo posted) and was more of a black bean hummus as described, but the flavor was still excellent. Am curious how the photo poster made this dip more "watery". We drained both cans of black beans.
I am VERY MAD!!! I've got my own black bean dip posted that I make all the time - it's even mentioned on my "about me" page - but my husband likes this one EVEN BETTER! Okay, I'm kidding about being mad...I'm actually thrilled to find an even tastier recipe (although to be fair, mine doesn't have chipotles in it, and isn't just about everything better with chipotle?). I rinsed and drained my beans, then added a few drizzles of olive oil to thin it to a good consistency. This was delicious, healthy, lowfat, and also makes a great bean spread for quesadillas or huevos rancheros. Thanks for sharing this winner of a recipe!
This was very easy and tasty. I thought it needed a little salt so I added a pinch but the chipotle heat was good. It would be yummy spread on tortillas and made into quesadillas!
this was very yummy. i put more chipoltes for more heat and i also added some chopped onion and diced avacado to make it more chunky. very good. the heat sneaks up on you!. loved it. thanks
The brief taste that I had of this before I served it was tasty, but I was put off by the color after adding the sour cream and mine was somewhat soupy. Thank you anyway,Herby.
Tasted Great! I made this dip for our party last night. Everyone loved it. I was happy because I was able to make a flavorful dish that everyone enjoyed, including the vegetarian in the group. I served it with blue corn chips and multigrain pita chips and sides of diced red onion and sour cream.
This was fantastic with grilled pita wedges. It has wonderful flavor, and the fact that it is healthful is an added bonus. :) Thanks for posting!