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This recipe for Do-it-yourself Bean Dip, by Tom Paulson, is from Our Family Cookbook Project,
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One large can of black beans. One pound of cheddar cheese. Green onions--one bunch--chopped. Tabasco sauce--several shakes.
This is made in a crock pot. Pour the beans (undrained) into the crock pot. Put the cheese block into the crock pot. Put the chopped green onions into the crock pot, and then add a few shakes of tabasco sauce. Then turn the crock pot on low for one or two hours. Stir from time to time (this is not necessary. Serve with your favorite chips.
One to two hours.
The beans and the grain in the chips combine to give you complete protein, as well as the cheese. You could add anything else that sounds good, like chopped tomatoes.
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