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Black Bean Dip

Black Bean Dip created by Bippie

One of my adopted recipes. Have not made yet:)Edited after review:)

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  • Coarsely mash half the beans by hand.
  • Add the remaining whole beans and all of the other ingredients, blending well.
  • Cover and chill.
  • Serve with tortilla chips or anything of your choice.
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"One of my adopted recipes. Have not made yet:)Edited after review:)"
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  1. Brooke the Cook in
    Quick and easy dip - I added fresh lemon juice and fresh cilantro which really added to the flavor. I'd definitely add some fresh garlic to complete the flavors. Used fat free sour cream to save a few calories - it really needed a bit more than the amount specified as it wouldn't come together very well in the blender... it would have been better with my food processor I think. Went great with celery, cucumber slices and baby carrots for dipping.
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  2. 1015092
    yum! Will be making this again. I added a few dashes of hot sauce, garlic powder and a little dried onion to give it a bit more flavor. I drained, rinsed and mashed all the beans as well. (Rinsing canned beans seems to make them easier to digest.)
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  3. Nashville Foodie
    Good dip! I used fat free cream cheese instead of sour cream and added cumin and garlic.
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  4. Nashville Foodie
    Good dip! I used fat free cream cheese instead of sour cream and added cumin and garlic.
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  5. Sydney Mike
    Took the suggestion from another reviewer & added some garlic powder & drained the beans! That was tasty enough for me & my guests! And, by the way, this makes a GREAT spread for a thick slice of a crusty, 11-grain bread that it locally baked in my area! Thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in this Spring's Pick-A-Chef]
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