Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Unexpected guests stop in? Why not whip up a batch of this flavorful ‘hummus' that has only four ingredients but loads of great flavor."
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1 (15 ounce) can
black beans, rinsed and drained
Pace® Picante Sauce
grated lime zest
Pepperidge Farm® Baked Naturals™ Toasted Wheat Wheat Crisps
Delicious! I made a large batch on the spur of the moment and didn't have enough lime. So, I used one lime plus a fresh lemon and it was fabulous! I also added some salt and pepper to bring out the flavor of the beans.
This is a good base recipe. The only seasoning comes from the picante sauce and the lime.
I spent a lil time doctoring it up after it was made to get it to pop for me and my husband. What I did was add in sourcream, red pepper flakes, cumin, sea salt, cheese and tabasco. I then warmed it up a lil bit... and that made it pop for us. If I had some jalapeno I would have chopped that up to add more texture.
I willl make this again, but with the above modifications to serve on the Frito Scoopers.
I hope that this helps the next person.
This is wonderful. Even my picky eaters liked it and asked for seconds.
This is a nice, easy recipe, but I recommend you vary the salsa a bit to your own taste (we mixed two), and add more flavor for an adult audience. Nice 'n easy, though! Kids loved it.
I made this for a party, and was asked for the recipe. Very good and pretty versatile!
This is so good even my husband, who dosen't really like bean dips, loved it. The lime flavor really adds a lot. I added just a little chipotle powder to kick up the spice. What a tasty way to serve black beans!
watching super bowl, every one love it.... !!
Easy, quick, basic recipe and everyone loves it! Using fresh lime instead of concentrate makes the flavor really perk up! I also add some fresh cilantro.
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