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Old 04-13-2005, 02:41 PM   #1
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Arrow Check out this BEAN DIP!

Simple Bean Dip with Horseradish

8 servings

If you're using canned beans, drain and rinse them to get rid of excess salt.

2 cups cooked beans (Cannellini, pinto or Great Northern)
2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
1 tbsp prepared horseradish
1/4 cup onions
Salt to taste

1. Combine beans, olive oil, horseradish and onions in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth, adding a little water if necessary. and salt to your taste.

Simple, easy, affordable!!

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Old 04-13-2005, 03:13 PM   #2
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Sounds like I would like it Thank You
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Old 04-13-2005, 09:53 PM   #3
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sounds yummy. i think i will make this but will add some garlic.
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We're having a poker party next week and this will be perfect to add to the menu. Like Luvs 'll be adding some garlic.

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My daughter loves bean dip! Thanks Heat!!
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Great Yall!! Hope you all like it!! MMMMMMMMMMMM, MMMMMMMMMM GOOOOOOOOOD!!
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I love me some bean dip, Good YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 04-16-2005, 05:49 PM   #8
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Sorry, tried it and sits in the fridge. Might be healthy but no one likes it. Got it from Dr Weil. I don't know if I can doctor it up some with garlic to make the flavor but it is so bland and the beans are that way to begin with. I don't want to waste it so I have to do something FAST!!!
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I really liked it. and yeah i put garlic in sometimes too. Also salsa makes it spicier! What type of beans did you use?
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Cannellini beans. You think that made the difference? Of course, being I just saw it never experimented with the flavor until after we all sampled it. I will add the garlic and hope I can salvage it. Thanks
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Oh yessssssssssss !! I use Pinto Beans! lol . Everyone has different tastes tho. Usually mine has been cooked with ham too !! But, i didnt go that deep into details. Maybe i should have lol Sorry.
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I make bean dip using a can of refried beans, a layer of salsa over that and then a layer of grated cheese over that. Perhaps you could use the bean dip as the bottom layer?


It does not matter if it is a little bland because you have the salsa and cheese to spice it up.

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ps you can also add a layer of avocado or cubed tomato.
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i made the dip, heat, but added hot sauce, seasalt, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper & worcestershire, and it came out good.
i used Great Northern beans.
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I make bean dip using a can of refried beans, a layer of salsa over that and then a layer of grated cheese over that. Perhaps you could use the bean dip as the bottom layer?


It does not matter if it is a little bland because you have the salsa and cheese to spice it up.

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ps you can also add a layer of avocado or cubed tomato.
Thanks for the suggestion. This sounds good. Guess I use recipe verbatum and this is what happens. I trust Dr Weil but his recipes are more for health than taste. Hence, I have to 'doctor' it up. Thanks glad I can count on all of you. Sure hate to feed the garbage can.
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