Feb 22
Black Bean & Feta Dip10 Comments

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When I posted the brownie & chocolate mousse trifle, I told you I would share this dip recipe soon. Well the wait is over for this bowl of goodness. But before I tell you about it, let me just warn you that this stuff is highly addictive. I ended up making this for Blair to take with him to the Superbowl party that he was playing at (have I told you my man is also a musician?). I ended up making it on Saturday, which was a bad idea because by the time he left for the party about half of the dip was already gone. Oops. I may have sampled some of it on Saturday, and then again with my lunch on Sunday. It is probably one of the easiest dips to throw together, and has tons of flavor. The “dressing” reminded me of what goes into the Asian Coleslaw that I love so much.

Black Bean & Feta Dip

If you can’t tell from the picture, I couldn’t find shoepeg corn so I just used regular canned sweet corn. Also I halved the recipe that is listed below, as you can tell it makes a ton even when you make half of it. If you are feeding a small army, then make the entire recipe. I listed it as the original recipe since I think it would be an awesome dip for any type of party that you may have. I plan to make it for our housewarming party that I am planning once the weather warms up just a bit. If you do end up making it for a party, do yourself a favor and hide it because if not you may end up eating a good bit of it before your guests arrive.

Black Bean & Feta Dip

Ingredients:
2 cans black beans (drained and rinsed)
2 cans shoe peg corn (drained)
8 oz. feta cheese
1 bunch green onions (chopped)
1 red pepper (chopped) – optional
½ cup sugar
¾ cup apple cider vinegar
¾ cup vegetable oil
Garlic – to taste
Salt – to taste
Pepper – to taste

What you’ll do:
Mix all ingredients and refrigerate overnight. Serve with your favorite tortilla chips.

Source: Patty Jarnigan

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10 Responses to Black Bean & Feta Dip

  1. This looks delicious. I am a freak for black beans and corn, add feta and I am SO there.

  2. Shawnda says:

    I think I’ve missed the part where you’re married to a musician – how fun!

    I bet the leftovers would an easy and killer topping for chicken tacos.

  3. Natasha xoxo says:

    Yum! This dip looks amazing!

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  4. Jessica says:

    I really go crazy for dips, especially ones that come together quickly and are as delicious as this one sounds. Hopefully I can find some feta cheese here…

  5. I was one of the voters for the dip, so I’m excited to see it. It looks even better than I thought it would! It’s so pretty, too. I’m going to try it with cojita cheese instead of feta since they are similar but I love cojita just a little bit more.

  6. Good God I wish I’d have found this last night. I’m totally making it tonight…but can’t eat it until tomorrow and that’s going to be rather difficult judging how it looks in your photos.

    Thanks for the recipe!

  7. OK….so I made it. I forgot the feta cheese and didn’t go back for it, but served the dip on top of chicken tacos. OMG was it good!
    I’m going back for the feta tonight, and serving the dip as the recipe intended tomorrow–after it marinates over night.

    What I’m trying to say is that this stuff is good as a topping, too.

    • Krissy says:

      Glad you enjoyed it! It will be even better with the cheese, I couldn’t wait when I first made it either :)

  8. Krissy P says:

    I had this at a meet the family dinner! I searched and knew vinegar and sugar was involved! So glad to find it! Mmmmm Mmmmm Good. Scoopable Fritos were used.

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