|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
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First, create a ... To prepare the bean dip, heat the ... olive oil and roast at 400°F in the oven until slightly browned before using in above mixture.
Soak the minced ... cheese, sour cream, beans, cilantro, onion ... cilantro and a sprinkle of chili powder, paprika, parsley, or a dollop of sour cream.
This can be ... first layer, spread bean dip to 1/2-inch thickness. ... with green onions. Serve with tortilla chips, crackers, and crisp vegetable strips.
Fill a blender ... and drained black beans. Process until ... garnished with slices of jalapeno, if desired. May also be used as a base filling in tacos.
Note: For better flavor, roast the garlic and onions in a teaspoon of olive oil until lightly golden, but this step is optional. In a blender, mix ...
In a skillet, brown the bacon until crisp but not brown. Drain on and pat dry with paper towels. Crumble into small bits. Peel garlic cloves. Put ...
Add everything together ... cooks down and dip gets thick and ... day. This is my family's favorite and they ask me to make it every occasion they have.
Preheat oven to ... pan, spread refried beans over the meat, ... the nacho chips on the side. Tastes great with Doritos or any kind of chips you'd like!
Mix all ingredients. Cover and refrigerate 1 hour. Serve with tortilla chips. Makes 2 cups of dip.
Heat beans over the stove; ... sour cream. Garnish with diced green onions. Serve immediately with tortilla chips. Makes enough, as an appetizer, for 3-4.
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