Creamy Black Beans

Creamy Black Beans created by Auntie Mags

This rich spread lacks saturated fat or cholesterol, but not flavor! I love to serve it with pita wedges and veggie sticks. Would also be great heaped in a tortilla! I adapted it from Alive magazine.

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  • Combine first five ingredients in a blender. (Or save the salsa to add later, if you want more salsa chunks in your dip.).
  • Blend until very smooth.
  • Drizzle in the tahini, and salsa if you didn't yet, and blend again till well combined.
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve.
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"This rich spread lacks saturated fat or cholesterol, but not flavor! I love to serve it with pita wedges and veggie sticks. Would also be great heaped in a tortilla! I adapted it from Alive magazine."

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  1. sprue
    this was ok. i liked it better before i put the pb in though. i threw some jalepeno's in too for a bit of a kick and am glad i did. but i could definatly taste the pb the first day but the second day you couldnt tell what was in it. but i didnt care so much for the flavor the pb gave.. maybe tahini would give a better result. it was yummy though. thanks
  2. pattikay in L.A.
    This has a nice taste and texture. The mixture of flavors is nice - I used tahini - might use more tahini and less salsa next time. Very easy to put together. Thanks for sharing!
  3. Midwest Maven
    This had awesome flavor, and was easy to throw together for munchies with some pita bread and veggies. Thanks for a great recipe!
  4. Auntie Mags
    Creamy Black Beans Created by Auntie Mags
  5. Auntie Mags
    If there were 6 stars available, this recipe would have them! Super easy and delicious~ the peanut butter gives it some great complexity. The only things I did differently was to double the cumin and to add a half lime's worth of lime zest to give it an extra kick. Fantastic recipe that we'll make regularly. Thanks!!
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