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Remedy83
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Orlando, FL
Member since Apr 2007
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Casa Garcia Bean DIp Recipe
Anyone have a Bean Dip recipe similar to this?


ladytiger118
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Member since Aug 2009
19755 posts

re: Casa Garcia Bean DIp Recipe
No, but I love it . Wish I knew one too.


Stadium Rat
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re: Casa Garcia Bean DIp Recipe
I don't have a recipe, but if I remember right, what makes them tasty is some kind of smoky meat flavor. You could try bacon, a lot of it, with some of the drippings, as I have seen that in recipes.

Cook the hell out of the pinto beans, like you do for red beans, using broth or beer with onions, garlic, bell pepper, jalepeno and salt. Maybe a sprinkle of chili powder for a hint of that flavor.

Optional garnishes: green onion, chopped cilantro, jack cheese

Might work.
This post was edited on 8/27 at 12:20 pm


TigerWise
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re: Casa Garcia Bean DIp Recipe
Try chrizo for the smokey meat flavor


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Tigris
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Member since Jul 2005
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re: Casa Garcia Bean DIp Recipe
Wow, what a blast from the past. Casa Garcia was my Friday after work spot more than 20 years ago and the bean dip had a lot to do with it. I haven't thought about the place in more than a decade.

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what makes them tasty is some kind of smoky meat flavor


That was certainly true when we went there and bacon is my guess as well.


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busbeepbeep
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re: Casa Garcia Bean DIp Recipe
Good call...that stuff is fantastic


Stadium Rat
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Metairie
Member since Jul 2004
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re: Casa Garcia Bean DIp Recipe
Mrs. Rat and I decided to go there for lunch today to do some research on that bean dip. Will report back later.

ETA: Sorry, no report. About 1/4 of the parking lot was out of commission and there were no open spaces anywhere. We went to Taqueria Jalisco on Williams instead. Only 1 person there could speak english, but it was a good, cheap, home style meal.
This post was edited on 8/27 at 4:50 pm


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