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Slap Ya Mama Bean Dip #8972683 12/14/23 03:34 PM
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With the gourmet food some of you guys post I was hesitant to put something this simple on here, but this stuff goes fast around here. I take a can of Ranch Style Beans, cut the lid off, but use it to mash out the liquid. I don't rinse the beans. I simply hold the can upside down over the sink and use the lid to mash out almost all of the liquid. I put it in a mini-food processor and put about one teaspoon, (eating spoon, not measuring spool), of Slap Ya Mama/Hot Blend seasoning in there and blend. Mine is thick enough that it takes a minute or two to get blended well.

Simple as this is I think you will like it. The temp on the Slap Ya Moma Hot Blend goes a long way. A full teaspoon or more may be too much for women, kids, and Yankees.

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Add in a half brick of cream cheese, put it in a pan, top with cheddar cheese, bake until bubbly, serve hot, bing bang boom!


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We like to do ours with regular refried beans, sharp cheddar cheese, sour cream instead of cream cheese, and lots of chopped green onions, jalepenos and tomatoes.

Re: Slap Ya Mama Bean Dip [Re: DannyB] #8972945 12/15/23 12:53 AM
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Originally Posted by DannyB
With the gourmet food some of you guys post I was hesitant to put something this simple on here, but this stuff goes fast around here. I take a can of Ranch Style Beans, cut the lid off, but use it to mash out the liquid. I don't rinse the beans. I simply hold the can upside down over the sink and use the lid to mash out almost all of the liquid. I put it in a mini-food processor and put about one teaspoon, (eating spoon, not measuring spool), of Slap Ya Mama/Hot Blend seasoning in there and blend. Mine is thick enough that it takes a minute or two to get blended well.

Simple as this is I think you will like it. The temp on the Slap Ya Moma Hot Blend goes a long way. A full teaspoon or more may be too much for women, kids, and Yankees.

Too much for Women, kids and Yankees. Now that’s funny!



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Re: Slap Ya Mama Bean Dip [Re: DannyB] #8973541 12/16/23 01:00 AM
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Originally Posted by DannyB
With the gourmet food some of you guys post I was hesitant to put something this simple on here, but this stuff goes fast around here. I take a can of Ranch Style Beans, cut the lid off, but use it to mash out the liquid. I don't rinse the beans. I simply hold the can upside down over the sink and use the lid to mash out almost all of the liquid. I put it in a mini-food processor and put about one teaspoon, (eating spoon, not measuring spool), of Slap Ya Mama/Hot Blend seasoning in there and blend. Mine is thick enough that it takes a minute or two to get blended well.

Simple as this is I think you will like it. The temp on the Slap Ya Moma Hot Blend goes a long way. A full teaspoon or more may be too much for women, kids, and Yankees.

Love Ranch Style beans, Will have to try this!


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Dang. I have a shaker of "Cajun Two-Step" that I haven't opened. I wonder if that would work in place of the Slap Ya Mama.

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Originally Posted by Nolanco
Dang. I have a shaker of "Cajun Two-Step" that I haven't opened. I wonder if that would work in place of the Slap Ya Mama.


I bet it would. I had some Tony's Cajun seasoning in my hand one day and my wife said maybe later, but she wanted Slap Ya Mama again. I've made this a lot lately since it is just too easy.

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Well I will give this a try and report.

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Ranch Style is what I use for nachos, cook them in a sauce pan while mashing them with a fork. Like refried I suppose

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Simple can be good.

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They had the regular Slap Ya Mama blend, so I added a slight tsp to the can of drained Ranch Style Beans and gave it a whirl. Pretty good. Added a dash of the Cajun Two-Step and got just a little more heat. Also good. Next batch, I might add some cream cheese. This really is simple!

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