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Hot Bean Dip Recipe

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Dale Taylor, son of Tom and Jackie Taylor
Added: Tuesday, August 4, 2009


1 lb. Jimmy Dean sausage
1 – 1 lb. can refried beans
1 – 4 oz. can diced green chilies
1 – 15 oz. can Manwich sauce
2 cups cubed jack cheese

Brown the sausage, then add the beans chilies and Manwich sauce. Heat through and stir in the cheese. Heat until the cheese is melted. Serve hot.

We also modify this recipe depending on the size of the event and our tastes at the time. Since it’s become so popular I use this modified recipe to make more and add a little spicy feel.

1.5 lb. Jimmy Dean sausage (I buy the 3 lb. Costco version and cut it in half)
2 – 1 lb. cans refried beans
1 – 7 oz. can diced green chiles
1 – 4 oz. can diced Jalapenos
1 – 15oz can Manwich sauce
1 lb. cubed jack cheese (I buy the 2 lb. Costco package and cut it in half)
You can use spicy jack cheese instead and cut the Jalape�os

There you go, this is the version we have been making lately, it serves more and adds a small kick.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This is a great recipe from my mother Jeaquetta Taylor. We make this and serve it in a small crock pot at parties with tortilla and or corn chips. Your friends will rave over this dip.




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