Servings: ten to twelve.
This is a great party dip that can be fully assembled up to two days ahead. Keep covered and refrigerated until ready to bake.
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We use this as a filling for burritos - yum. It's really good paired with fresh salsa and fresh corn. I agree with a previous reviewer. Skip the cider vinegar altogether and hit it with some fresh lime juice. Brightens it right up. If you're using it as a filling, cut down on the amount of cheese on top, you just don't need it. Recipe can be easily halved or doubled, I've done both with no problem.
Love this bean dip! A great hit at parties and my kids love it too!
A hearty and delicious dip! Great for a party!
I've made this many times and it's always a hit with my guests. Try substituting lime juice for the the vinegar.
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