December 06, 2010

Tuesdays At The Table - Mexican Bean Dip

Happy Tuesday, ladies!!  I had Monday off and now think I'm really done with my Christmas shopping.  Who knows if a last minute gift will be needed...but I think I'm completely prepared for the holidays.  Time to start wrapping gifts! 

How are you doing with your shopping?

Lovely Yellow Ribbons


Last week a group of us went out to eat and we ordered a mexican bean dip.  It was so good!  This recipe is the closest I could find to replicating it.  YUM!  Even better; it's amazingly easy.

Mexican Bean Dip

1 Can Refried Beans (16 oz. size)
2/3 Cup Milk
1/8 tsp Garlic Powder
1/2 Cup of Salsa (Mild, Medium or Hot)
1 Cup Mozzarella Cheese
1 Cup Cheddar Cheese
¼ Cup of chopped green onion.
Sour cream to garnish

Heat the Refried Beans over medium-low heat until they become easy to stir.   Stir in Milk until mixture is creamy and add garlic Powder and Salsa.

Stir in shredded Mozzarella and Cheddar cheese.

Let Simmer over low heat for 5 to 7 minutes.

Pour Bean Dip in small bowl, and garnish with sour cream and a sprinkling of chopped onion.

What's cooking in your kitchen?



23 comments:

  1. The bean dip looks wonderful! Dip like this is way dangerous for me though! :-)

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  2. Oh my gooooosh I want some of that dip RIGHT.NOW. Sounds ridiculously dangerous and addictive!

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  3. this sounds so good! i love bean dip. hope you are doing well. i'm sorry to hear about all your house troubles. are things better?

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  4. That sounds really good. I am snacking on salsa and chips from Trader Joes right now. ;)

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  5. Hi Cole! That bean dip is right up my alley! We adore Mexican flavors in our munchies for sure! I am linking up a great appetizer that made a big splash at our thanksgiving meal, dates stuffed with cheese and wrapped in prosciutto! All the best, Alex@amoderatelife

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  6. My husband would go wild over your bean dip! Thanks for hosting.

    e-Mom @ Susannah's {Kitchen}

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  7. Oh yum! Your bean dip sounds lovely! I'm nearly finished the Christmas shopping...I just wish time would slow down a bit though - I love Christmas but it seems to be coming up so fast that I can't keep up :)

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  8. Thank you for a wonderful appetizer recipe!
    Sounds so delish!
    <>< Concetta

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  9. Mmm.. this sounds delish. I love bean dips!

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  10. Thanks for hosting a blog hop. Your dip sounds good, the milk is an interesting addition, I would not have thought to add that, makes it creamier I suppose.

    -Brenda

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  11. I love anything Mexican, and this sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing this and for hosting today.

    Jane
    frugalfineliving.com

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  12. we had something just last night it was a hit with the teens

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  13. My parents used to make us a similar cheese/bean dip for "picnic dinner" nights. We spread out a bed sheet on the living room floor, brought the big bowl of bean dip and a big bowl of tortilla chips in and we all saw around on the floor eating our "dinner" and watching tv (usually Dallas or Falcon Crest!)

    I will have to bug my mom for her recipe so I can revive the old tradition!

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  14. Mexican Bean Dip would be great to take to a party. Thanks for sharing the recipe and hosting!

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  15. I need to come up with an excuse to eat some of this - maybe I should plan a party!

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  16. Okay. Love your card, but I think the one with my grandbabies is better:) Prejudiced, I suppose:) Thanks for hosting. Plan to share with Merry Merry Munchies.

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  17. Sounds perfect for snacking! Or even a meal! YUM!

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  18. What a delicious dip! Really love the melty cheese in this. Thanks again for such a terrific blog hop.

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  19. That sounds really good I will definitely have to give it a try. I might add some corn too! :)

    I am done with my Christmas shopping for the most part only have a few things left to get. I have no idea what to get my sister she is a tough one.

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  20. Yummmy yummy! You always have amazing recipes!

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  21. Thanks for hosting this party. Can't wait to try some of the recipes.

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