Next time you’re trying to decide what food to contribute to the party spread, think about stirring up a hearty serving of this avocado bean dip. Imagine your favorite bean dip recipe and your favorite guacamole joining forces to create one super dip. Here it is. This dip has enough avocado, refried beans, jack cheese, and Tabasco sauce to please even the most advanced palette. Serve it with tortilla chips, pretzel thins, or your favorite potato chips and watch as the serving dish is wiped clean by ravenous snackers. Once the dip has been defeated, be sure to rate and review the recipe to share your thoughts and feedback.
You can’t go wrong with this avocado bean dip. Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt and Cottage Cheese make a creamy base that perfectly balances the hearty refried beans. You can use Cabot Colby Jack, Monterey Jack, or Pepper Jack cheese depending on the flavor that you prefer. And of course, you can add a couple extra drops of Tabasco or hot sauce to give it a little extra zing. Serve it as a side dish with some quesadillas or tacos, or gobble it up with your favorite chips. Just know that this recipe will quickly find a hallowed place in your cooking repertoire.
Cabot wants to share the best new recipes and cheesy food ideas with our customers, and we always love hearing feedback. Feel free to share any comments or tips on how to make this bean dip recipe even better. We are committed to quality in everything we produce and that commitment shines through in our award-winning cheeses. Give this recipe a whirl and enjoy all the complex flavors that it has to offer.
1 can 16-ounce refried beans
2 teaspoons cumin, divided
1 cup Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt
1 cup Cabot Cottage Cheese
1 teaspoon kosher salt
6 cranks fresh black pepper
6 drops Tabasco sauce
1 ounce Cabot Colby Jack, Cabot Monterey Jack or Cabot Pepper Jack shredded (about ¼ cup)
¼ cup sliced black olives
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