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Sweet but Tangy Bean Dip

Updated on June 3, 2016

Big Pine Lodge Bean Dip


Big Pine Lodge Colorful Bean & Pepper Dip

This takes a little prep time to chop all the peppers, but it’s delicious.

Chop 4 peppers (1 red, 1 green, 1 yellow, 1 orange) into small (tic-tac sized) pieces

Chop 1 medium onion into small pieces

Combine above and add 1 large can of black beans (rinsed & drained), 1 large can of black eyed peas (drained) and 1 small can of black olives chopped or sliced)

Mix all and marinate in the refrigerator overnight in the following marinade: 1 cup white sugar, ¾ cup white vinegar, ½ cup vegetable oil (Give it a stir every time you open the fridge.)

Use a slated spoon to scoop out and transfer desired amount into serving bowl and serve with Tostitos Brand Tortilla Chips, preferably Scoops. Keep in covered container in fridge for up to a week.

Tip: Add a spoonful or two to salads as a tangy substitute for dressing.

Debra Chapoton

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