I love the bean dip made by Frito Lay but it's a bit pricey. I'm sure I could make a similar dip using refried beans as the base. Any ideas on what spices I would use?
DeeDee from MO
By (Guest Post) 11/21/2007
Frito Lay Bean Dip
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Was tired of paying the high price for this and found this recipe online. This tastes like the real thing.
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4-6 servings 15 min 15 min prep
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1 (15 ounce) can refried beans
5 slices bottled jalapenos (nacho slices)
1 tablespoon brine, from bottled jalapeno slices
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon granulated sugar
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/4 teaspoon paprika
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
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Combine refried beans with the other ingredients in a food processor.
Puree ingredients on high speed until smooth.
Cover and chill for at least an hour before serving.
I make my own bean dip like this:
I can (15 oz) refried beans
2 T sour cream
2 T (or to taste) canned tomatoes with green chilies
1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
chopped jalapenos (from jar or dried) to taste
salt and pepper to taste
Warm up in microwave or in a small saucepan.
This is also good in tortillas. Add lettuce, tomato, avocado slices, olives, etc for a quick and easy wrap sandwich.
By Leigh Ann (Guest Post) 11/26/2007
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By Linda (Guest Post) 11/26/2007
Use refried beans (any flavor you like) and salsa to taste.
I would think something homemade and fresh would be better than the canned stuff; however what does a can of the Frito Lay bean dip cost? I was curious because a can of refried beans is gonna cost around a buck and then you have other ingredients too. I'm not sure you are really saving a lot by making it but then I don't know how much that bean dip costs. We used to buy it occasionally but haven't in a long time.
By Renee (Guest Post) 06/19/2008
Throw out all "recipes" for the bean dip! I discovered a fool proof, really tastes like the real F.Lay bean dip!
Use a can of BUSHS CHILI BEANS. The beans are in a mild sauce. Put the can in a food processor. Mix until smooth. Check for your salt level. I ad a couple of sprinkles only. If you want it spicy, add some jalapeño slices before blending.
Refrigerate for several hours or overnight. It is perfectly yummy! And oh so easy!
By Jeffrey (Guest Post) 10/16/2008
Reading through these recipes because I was craving bean dip, I came-up my own recipe that is a DEAD RINGER for Frito-Lay Bean Dip (original). I can't believe it myself!!!
1 can of refried beans (I used Rosarita Traditional)
1-2 tsp.of Cholula® seasoning (Original)
1-2 tsp. Tapatio® hot sauce
pinch garlic powder
Combine all ingredients in a food processor (I used a hand-held device) until smooth. You can chill to bring the flavors together, but it tastes great right out of the bowl. It tastes exactly like the real thing!
Actually a can of the Frito Lay bean dip is outrageous, around 3 bucks for a 6 ish ounce can, sometimes more.