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Layered Black Bean Dip

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This crowd-pleasing Mexican-style layered bean dip recipe turns four simple ingredients into a flavor fiesta.
5 min
5 min
32 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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Super easy and it disappeared in minutes when i took it to a party. I used salsa instead of the tomatoes. Also used whipped (lite) cream cheese instead of the brick. Couldn't believe how simple it was
it was okay Easy to make, we usually have the ingredients on hand for something simple like this. I think it needs a little extra zip though, maybe adding a seperate can of green chilies or perhaps some seasoning in with the cream cheese.
This recipe is awesome for parties! It was a big hit for superbowl, I like to add salsa instead of rotel and a few jalepenos on top really makes it too :0)
I've made this a number of times. Everyone loves it! It's soooo easy! I spread it out like taco dip, rather than piling it up in a bowl, but that's the only change that I made to the receipe.
I made this for Easter and it was a crowd pleaser. Everyone loved it. Unfortunately, I forgot the shredded cheese, but it was still delicious. Just make sure the cream cheese is completely soft before spreading. I sprinkled chili powder over the cream cheese before the beans went on. So good!!
I added some taco seasoning to the cream cheese. YUMMY!
This had a good taste, but I think I would use the whipped cream cheese spread instead of the block b/c it was really hard to scoop on the chips. I mixed mine with taco seasoning, used salsa instead of the rotel, and topped with lettuce and black olives along with the suggested ingredients. People came back for seconds, but like I said it was really sloppy and didn't mesh together well.
This recipe is super easy!! I made it for a get together and there was none leftover!!
Great!!! Everyone loved it and it was gone in no time. I have made it several times. I add a little hot sauce to my portion.
Tried this recipe a couple of weeks ago for a football game, I was very disappointed. I found it to be very bland, and probably will not make it again.
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