Are you looking for a quick appetizer? An easy to throw together, yet super special concoction of all things good? Well, I was searching for the same thing a while back, and low and behold, Pioneer Woman (a wonderful blog, I highly recommend it!) posted this recipe… Don’t tell anyone, but once in a while we have this for dinner 😉 it’s beans… pure health food I’m telling you! I don’t add any salt because there is salt on the chips (and next time we’re buying the blue chips with no salt)… Here goes… If you haven’t heard of Pioneer Woman (whaaat?) Ree Drummond, she has a cooking show on Food Network, she’s got books, you name it… pure entertainment at its finest!
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It couldn’t be easier…
Drain and partially mash the black-eyed peas… You don’t have to mash them to death, some chunks are good. Texture. Is. Good!
Add in everything else… the salsa, sour cream, onion, and jalepeno’s!
Don’t forget the cheese! Add it to everything else and stir it around.
Then spread it into a baking dish (I use a ceramic tart pan), and bake at 350 degrees F for 20-30 minutes or until its nice and hot and bubbly.
Serve with tortilla chips!
AND… if you’re in the mood for a good book that will make you laugh, her book “Black Heels to Tractor Wheels: A Love Story” is wildly entertaining… her real life story about how she met her husband, Marlborough Man… hee hee…
F L A S H B A C K
O n e Y e a r A g o: Robert Joyner and a colorful president…
T w o Y e a r s A g o: Charlie visits Shem Creek!
T h r e e Y e a r s A g o: Baked Potato Soup with all the trimmings!
4 thoughts on “Zannie’s Black-Eyed Pea Dip – FABULOUS!!!”
Thanks Fred! I love this dip especially in cool weather 😉
I need to make that bean dip again, I forgot about it. Ma p.s. love your Mohegan pics!
i know! I forget about it too, but when I remember… D I N N E R ! ! hee… xoxo, me