|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
1 - 10 of 169 for dip bean chili
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.
Place beans, peppers (optional), vinegar, chili powder and cumin ... to a bowl. Add onion and parsley. Stir. Serve with pita wedges or toasted tortillas.
Place drained beans, vinegar, chili powder, and cumin ... mixture from blender. Stir in onion and parsley. Serve with raw vegetable sticks. Makes 1 1/3 cups.
1. Place in ... a blender the beans, peppers (if used), vinegar, chili powder and cumin. ... not too smooth. 2. Stir in the onion and parsley and serve.
Drain beans and mash in ... and seasonings. Serve warm or cold with vegetables, crackers, or taco shells. Sprinkle with grated Cheddar cheese (optional).
Beat cream cheese with mixer until fluffy. Blend in remaining ingredients and chill. Serve with pieces of crisp raw vegetables (celery, carrots, ...
Spread cream cheese ... Add onions then can of chili, then cheese. (Put in layers.) Microwave until hot. Dip tortilla chips. (Restaurant style are good.)
Brown and break ... deep pan put beans, do not ... cheese melts. Serve hot with Fritos, dip chip. I always double this recipe. It's great over hot dogs too.
Blend all ingredients except onion and parsley in the food processor. Add onion and parsley and serve with fresh vegetables or tortilla chips. ...
Brown ground beef and drain. Stir in soup, tomatoes with green chilies and onions; simmer on low heat until heated through. Garnish with cheese and ...
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