This is an easy spicy black bean dip recipe. Throw ingredients into a food processor or blender, pour into a pie plate, or oven-safe bowl, top with cheese, and warm it up @ 350 degrees in the oven for 20-25 minutes. Another option would be to transfer the black bean dip to a small slow cooker and warm it for a few hours.
I made this recipe as a snack for my husband and four kids (25, 19, 18, & 15). I felt like cooking something different and was looking around for what I had on hand, and this recipe is the result. They cleaned it up, nothing was left. This black bean dip is very similar to something my local Mexican restaurant serves with chips and salsa.
If you like your food spicy, you could easily add another seeded jalapeno. I only had two on hand, but when I make this recipe again, I will probably use three or four jalapenos. If you don’t care for cilantro, then leave it out.
The recipe didn’t turn out very thick, which isn’t a bad thing, I think next time I make it I may substitute the sour cream for cream cheese. I’m not sure though because the black bean dip tastes amazing as is. I didn’t take much time draining the can of Rotel, next time I’ll really squish the liquid out of the Rotel.
Spicy Black Bean Dip Ingredients
- Canned Black Beans
- Taco Cheese or Cheddar Cheese
- Fresh Jalapenos
- Fresh Garlic
- Garlic Powder
- Cayenne Powder
- Lime Juice
- Salt & Black Pepper
How to Make Spicy Black Bean Dip
First I seeded the jalapenos and threw them in my food processor with the garlic cloves. I like to chop up the jalapenos first so that all the pieces are nice and small.
Next, I added two cans of drained rinse black beans, cilantro, cheese, salt, cumin, lime juice, garlic powder, and a little cayenne powder.
Then I added in a can of drained Rotel and some sour cream. As you can see in this picture, I could have done a better job of draining the Rotel. Don’t be lazy like me, take the time to really drain your Rotel. 😀 Push pulse a few times.
Transfer to a deep-dish pie plate sprayed with non-stick spray and top black bean dip with more cheese. I’m using a taco blend.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
Serve Spicy Black Bean Dip With
- Tortilla Chips
- Nacho Rings
- Fresh Salsa
- The Best Authentic Carnitas
Easy Spicy Black Bean Dip Nutritional information may not be accurate and is for entertainment purposes only.
Spicy Black Bean Dip
Yield 8 servings
Serving Size 1 grams
Amount Per Serving Calories 203Total Fat 8gSaturated Fat 5gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 25mgSodium 823mgCarbohydrates 22gNet Carbohydrates 14gFiber 8gSugar 1gProtein 11g
Easy Spicy Black Bean Dip
Nutritional information may not be accurate and is for entertainment purposes only.
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Monday 11th of January 2016
This looks amazing. I have only discovered how wonderful black beans are recently. Any suggestions for an alternative to Rotel? I am not sure we have that in Australia and have no idea what it is .
Tuesday 12th of January 2016
Rotel is basically chopped tomatoes with chilis. I think there may be a little onion in it too. A mild salsa would probably be a good replacement.
Emma @ Bake Then Eat
Thursday 7th of January 2016
This looks so good I love the baked cheese top. I could happily snack on this all night with a big bag of chips next to me :D
Thursday 7th of January 2016
That's exactly what my oldest daughter did! Thanks for your comment!