Super Bowl 2020 is just a day away. The question is: Are you going to host a game day party? and will your team win? While you are not sure whether your team will crush the opponent, hosting a party will definitely make you win hearts.
Let me predict the future! There are going to be two champions in this year’s main event_the team that wins and the mouthwatering menu of your super bowl recipes. Any of them wins and you are a winner. What if both score a hit? That’s going to be your super big day! So, let’s ensure the later and you will have a room full of cheering guests no matter what.
Keeping everything in mind, we have carefully chosen a cheesy-tasty appetizer for the event. And this is indeed our favorite! In fact, the Slow-cooked super bowl Tex-Mex dip is the only thing you need. This dip is healthy, easy to make, and above all, it’s full of flavor. So, let’s cook!
How to make the Super Bowl Tex-Mex dip?
It’s super easy to make, and don’t be overwhelmed by the list of ingredients, most of them should already be in your cabinet. And because it’s going to be a slow-cook, there will be no mess at all, that’s yet another win!
Game Day & This Super Bowl Tex-Mex Dip, Quick & Slow-Cooked
Tasty heart-winning Tex-Mex dip recipe for super bowl 2020. Slow-cooked healthy, cheesy dip.
- Prep Time: 20 mins
- Total Time: 1 hour 20 mins
- Yield: 8 servings 1x
- Category: Appetizers
1 tsp olive oil (extra virgin preferred)
1 green bell pepper (normal sized, roughly chopped)
1 onion (small sized, roughly chopped)
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1/2 tsp cumin (ground)
1/2 tsp paprika
1/4 tsp garlic powder
15-oz diced tomatos (1 can)
15-oz Pasturized Cheeze (Cheddar, gouda, Swiss, parmesan, all are fine)
1/4 cup milk (whole milk preferred)
15.5-oz black beans (drained)
1 cup corriander leaves (freshly chopped, keep a 1/2 cup additional cilantro for serving)
4 tsp hot sauce
8 oz. shredded cheese
2 avocados (diced)
Tortilla chips for serving
Add olive oil to a skillet and heat on medium. Once the oil is hot enough, add the onion and bell pepper. Continue cooking with occasional stirring for 6 minutes. Add the cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and cook with stirring for 2 minutes until fragrant.
Into the slow cooker, add onion, tomatoes, pasturized cheese, and milk.
Cook on low for about 2 hours until bubbly. Add the black beans, corriander and hot sauce and stir for a good mix. Add the shredded cheese and stir until melted.
Top with avocado, garnish a layer of corriander, dash hot sauce and serve with tortilla.
If you can’t afford 2 hours, cook on high heat for 1 hour instead.
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