Sausage, Bean, and Spinach Dip

  • keys1day Posted: 01/05/11
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    WOW! I tried this for a football party on 1/2/11 and it was a HUGE hit! LOVED IT! Would definitely make again and again. (PS I didn't have thyme on hand and I just used some cheap white wine I had in the house but it still came out great).

  • JillSherman Posted: 01/01/11
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    I have replaced the old standby Rotel,sausage,Velveeta recipe for this one!! Excellent! My husband says it's a keeper :)

  • oceaneastmd Posted: 01/08/11
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    Great Recipe!

  • teamellsworth Posted: 01/16/11
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    DELICIOUS. I only made one substitution, Morningstar Farms "sausage" crumbles, but otherwise the same. Next time I would wilt the spinach in one corner of the pan, then mix with the rest. Totally going to make this again for my next get-together.

  • fishandrun Posted: 12/30/10
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    Delicious! Even my 8-year old daughter liked it. Great way to sneak in a few veggies while dipping too. I think it will be a hit this evening for our New Year's Eve party! Definitely one to cook again!

  • bakeitsister Posted: 01/08/11
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    YUM!!! Everybody loved this!

  • LSUfaninSA Posted: 01/06/11
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    Had in on New Year's Day! Wonderful! Substituted can of white beans for pinto beans and it came out just fine!

  • kimbrtangleknot Posted: 03/21/11
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    A great spin on a spinach dip. This was great, so great that I only got one little spoonful before it was gone. I didn't have hot sausage, just mild sage sausage, and it was still great. I had some hot sauce and hot peppers on the side for anyone wanting an extra heat kick. I would recommend that this dip be served warm and that it stays that way. The flavor and texture isn't as good luke warm or cold. This is a "hover over" one for sure!

  • Mama2girls Posted: 01/23/11
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    Not a big hit with my crowd who will eat anything. Needs a little spicy kick. Best served with Fritos. Probably won't make this one again.

  • 7wilsons Posted: 01/04/12
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    I made this recipe for the New Year and my family loved it! It has a great flavor! I just made everything in an iron skillet; therefore, a one dish recipe. Also added chopped up hot peppers on top to give it a kick. Family requested this recipe again!

  • momcooks42 Posted: 12/04/11
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    this freezes well...for a do ahead appetizer

  • vadtrav62 Posted: 11/25/11
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    Fantastic dish! I made it on a whim Thanksgiving Day as I realized I didn't have anything for munching as guests arrived. Had to take it away from the toddlers and moved it into the living room so my brother-in-law didn't have to make so many trips into the kitchen (literally)!

  • hubbard01 Posted: 01/01/12
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    Delicious!

  • JaimeMac Posted: 02/18/13
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    OMG this was sooo good. Made it for a superbowl party and everyone ate it up!

  • osequin Posted: 03/11/13
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    This dip was fantastic. Everyone loved it. I only used 4 oz cream cheese and that was fine for me. Next time I would decrease the amount of sausage and increase the veggies, but that's just my preference. I recommend making this!

  • ARoark Posted: 01/31/13
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    I made this dip when it was first published in the magazine and it was a hit at our Super Bowl party. The cominbation of everything makes for a winner for everyone in the group (men and women alike).There are a lot of steps and I would advise using at least a 14 inch skillit to mix everyhting in as it is easier to stir once you get everything in the pan. Next time I'll have to make double to have some for myself to take home ;)

  • 1CouplesKitchen Posted: 11/08/12
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    I made this for a tailgate last month (and my mama had made it the game before) and it was a winner with everyone both ties! It is so hearty and flavorful. And it's easy to make! I added crushed red pepper flakes and garlic powder to the cream cheese mixture. I also increased the number of garlic cloves to 3. You can play around with the type of sausage - the first time we used spicy and second time maple flavored sausage that added a delicious flavor to the dip. http://onecoupleskitchen.blogspot.com/2012/11/sausage-bean-spinach-dip.html

  • NumNumNum Posted: 06/04/13
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    This was quick and easy to make - perfect for a midweek dinner. I didn't have all the exact ingredients on hand: no bell pepper, subbed black for pinto, and used regular Italian ground sausage, but I think this recipe is one of those great ones that is basic enough to taste great either way. Everyone ate it up, including my 16 month old.

  • SillyCow Posted: 06/16/13
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    This was very good - I personally expected a bit more flavor... I added artichoke hearts since I knew hubby would like that. If I make it again, I will leave out the beans. They didn't add anything for me and actually seemed out of place, though I do typically like beans. I would also add about a teaspoon of Tabasco. It was good, just not amazing.

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