Mole Black Bean Dip

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I wanted a dip that was a bit different this Cinco de Mayo so I came up with Mole Black Bean Dip (mole = mo-lay).  Black beans, mild chilies and a little bit of chocolate.  Am I crazy to add chocolate?  Nope.  There are many different mole sauce recipes and a specialized few have chocolate in them.  Just a tad.  So why not turn it into a dip. To me the mix of flavors is just right.   I especially like the big scoop Fritos with it but you can use any of your favorites to make this a special day.

Mole Black Bean Dip

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Yield: 3 cups dip

Serving Size: Your decision

Mole Black Bean Dip

Ingredients

1 Tablespoon coconut oil

1 small white onion, chopped

2 cloves garlic, finely chopped

1/2 oz. semi sweet chocolate

2 cans (10 oz. each) organic black beans, drained and rinsed

1 can (4 oz.) chopped mild green chilies

1/2 teaspoon salt

Directions

Heat the oil in a skillet.

Saute the onions for about 7 minutes until they become translucent.

Add the garlic and cook about 2 more minutes.

Add the chocolate and cook one minute until the chocolate is melted.

Take off the heat.

Add the mixture from the sklliet to a blender along with the rest of the ingredients.

Turn on and blend until you get a smooth dip.

Serve with your favorite dippers.

IF FREEZING:

Let cool to room temperature.

Package in rigid sided containers as defined in my article http://veganinthefreezer.com/preparing-food-for-the-freezer

TO PREPARE AFTER FREEZING:

Remove from the freezer and put in the refrigerator for 6 to 8 hours.

Heat in the microwave and serve with chips and veggies of your choice.

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Comments

Mole Black Bean Dip — 11 Comments

  1. Hi Ginny! Your blog is awesome! I’m your newest follower from Let’s Get Social Sunday. Hope you can stop by sometime and check out my blog! I hope you’re having a fun Cinco de Mayo!

    Best,
    Jen @ Yummy. Healthy. Easy.

  2. We winter in Mexico and mole is a common dish where we live. There, they add a little bit of lime (as in makes thing decompose) as well as chocolate. Generally, I’m not a fan although there are so many variances and I love a few of them. I’m sure that my whole family would enjoy your recipe.

    Thanks for following me via BlogLovin. I’m a new follower of yours via BlogLovin. I’d love it if you linked up to my weekly BlogLovin Hop at Journeys of The Zoo (http://www.journeysofthezoo.com/search/label/BlogLovin%20Hop).

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