Thursday, August 23, 2012
Recipe Thursday - Michelle's Dip (Southwestern Black Bean Dip)
I am trying to get back to my "Recipe Thursday" posts. Every Thursday I try to post one of my favorite new or old recipes. I have been slacking these past few weeks. Also, tonight as I was making this I totally forgot to take pictures as I mixed. I promise I will do better next time. I know I love step-by-step pictures. Especially when I do my baking!
It's time to cook! Tonight I will be sharing a family favorite. It is even named after my Aunt Michelle, Michelle's Dip or better know to others as Southwestern Black Bean Dip.
Michelle's Dip (Southwestern Black Bean Dip)
1 can black beans w/ cumin & cayenne (these are to find. I often by just regular black bean and add cumin cayenne)
1 can Mexican yellow corn drained (can use regular yellow corn)
1/4 - 1/2 cilantro - chopped (until I am tired of cutting)
1 tomato - sliced OR 1 can of Retel
1 Tablespoon olive oil
squeeze of lime juice
dash of garlic salt
Mix all the ingredients together and serve with lime chips. You can use regular tortilla chips if you do not have lime chips. I have before and it still tastes great. I do recommend trying with the lime chips first.
I guarantee you cannot make this dip only once. Our family makes it ALL THE TIME. It can be used as so much more than just a dip too. Put it on hamburgers, tacos, chicken. Try it with your breakfast fora spicy egg burrito...yum!!
Please try it and let me know what your think!! I know you won't be disappointed!
Posted by stlavonlady at 8:04 PM