Black Bean and Roasted Red Pepper Dip #Recipe #HormelFamily

Disclosure: This post was written in conjunction with my participation in the Hormel Extended Family Blogger program. I received Hormel food products to try out. All content is my own.

Having grown up very near the Mexico border in San Diego, I was surrounded by Hispanic culture and food.  Many of my friends were Mexican and I absolutely loved the bits of their culture they brought to my life.

One big perk to living so close to the border was the exposure I had to all the wonderful foods.  Hispanic foods offer savory, spicy, and sweet flavors that tantalize the palate.

The other day as I was snacking on some tortilla chips I came across a recipe that piqued my taste buds.

So, in honor of National Hispanic Heritage month (September 15th- October 15th), here was the result…

 

Black bean roasted red pepper dip

 

And, I happened to have a bottle of Peloponnese Whole Sweet Peppers (Roasted Red Peppers) that Hormel sent me.  I don’t usually keep these stocked in my pantry so I was so excited to find a recipe to use them in!

This was not only super quick to make, but it is relatively healthy for you too (as long as you don’t mind a bit of cream cheese).   This Black Bean & Roasted Red Pepper dip is the perfect dip for parties, dinner parties, or just something to satisfy an evening snack craving.

Here is my adapted recipe (from the Mission Tortilla Chips bag).

Black Bean & Roasted Red Pepper Dip
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Ingredients

  • 1 Package Taco Seasoning OR Your own personal blend of Chili Powder, paprika, cumin, and garlic
  • 1 Can (15 oz.) Black Beans, Rinsed and Drained
  • 1/2 Jar Peleponnese Whole Sweet Peppers
  • 1 Package (12 oz.) Cream Cheese
  • 3 Tbsp. Chopped Cilantro
  • 1 to 2 Teaspoons Lime Juice
  • *Optional: Fresh chopped tomatoes for garnish

Instructions

  • If you decide to combine your own spices, but aren't sure how much to add you can try: 1 TBSP Chili Powder, 1 tsp Paprika, 1 tsp Cumin, 1 tsp minced Garlic. Adjust for personal taste preference.
  • Combine all the ingredients (minus the garnish) in a food processor (I used our Ninja blender), and blend until smooth.
  • Serve and enjoy!
  • Great paired with tortilla chips or veggies!
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Comments

  1. Rebecca Parsons says:
    This look so good I had to pin it to save for making it.
  2. Julie Wood says:
    I have a lot of the ingredients in this awesome recipe and I love cream cheese in dips. I like that this is easy to make, and I have the right type of chips to go with this dip. Thanks for the recipe.
  3. Stacy Anders says:
    This recipe looks really tasty. I may have to make this for my husband and I. Not sure my 17 month old is ready for it, but I may try with him to.
  4. I love peppers so this dip is gonna be delicious the pic looks like the cover of a magazine...
  5. This sounds wonderful! And the best part is that, because of the red peppers (which I LOVE), I'll only have to share with one other person in my house full of picky eaters!
  6. elizabeth says:
    this recipe looks amazing! definitely want to try :)
  7. This looks so yummy but so easy!
  8. Yum! This sounds very flavorful and a bit different from my usual dips. I'll be keeping this in mind for holiday entertaining.
  9. Robin Wilson says:
    I absolutely do NOT mind some cream cheese! I love it and I love roasted peppers so this is a dip for me! I think this would be a great one for the holidays! Thanks for sharing!
  10. I grew up in Texas and Tex-Mex food was a common meal in our home.
  11. OMG this sounds so awesome. Thank you for sharing and I am pinning for later!
  12. nicole dz says:
    Great game day recipe! I would have to spice it up a bit, we like our dips hot! I bet this would be awesome with some blue corn chips, or even on a taco.
  13. This recipe sounds wonderful and I'm looking forward to trying it soon! I like making my own hummus, and have been wondering how I could change it up - this dip is just the right answer to having a healthy dip that I can make myself!!!