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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.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
5 min
servings
total:
32 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
7/8/2010
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
posted:
7/6/2010
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.
posted:
4/28/2010
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)
posted:
4/5/2010
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.
posted:
4/5/2010
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!!
posted:
3/30/2010
I added some taco seasoning to the cream cheese. YUMMY!
posted:
1/30/2010
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.
posted:
1/27/2010
This recipe is super easy!! I made it for a get together and there was none leftover!!
posted:
12/18/2009
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.
posted:
11/2/2009
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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