Black Bean Pinwheels

Black Bean Pinwheels

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"Try this fun and easy appetizer."

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45 m servings
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  1. Mix cheeses, sour cream and onion salt with electric mixer on medium speed until well blended.
  2. Place beans in food processor container fitted with steel blade or blender container; cover. Process until smooth. Spread thin layer of beans on each tortilla; spread cheese mixture over beans.
  3. Roll tortillas up tightly. Refrigerate 30 minutes. Cut into 1/2-inch slices. Serve with salsa.
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I loved this! You do need a very thin layer of black beans or it all squeezes out when you roll them. In a pinch, you can throw the rolls in the freezer for 15 to make cutting them easier later.

I thought this recipe was ok, I don't think I ground the beans up enough, they were a little hard. I added garlic powder to the cheese mixture instead of the onion salt, and just realized I didn...

Much easier to slice if you freeze for 30 minutes.

These are so good!! A co-worker brought them to one of our office birthday parties; she told us how easy they are to make. I'll definitely make them for get-togethers or just for a quick snack!

Good flavors. I added fresh garlic and some tomatilla salsa to the benas before I processed them. I tried both a mini food processor and a blender and also added a lot of salsa for liquid but ...

very easy and delicious. made it for a party and everyone loved itl made Amy's Cilantro Cream Sauce as a dip and they went perfectly together.

Very good and very easy. I used plain Monterey Jack cheese, so it definitely could have used more spice.

I made this for a Mexican-theme party and it was a hit. As suggested, I used a can of refried black beans instead of blending black beans - very easy! For the cheese, I used a Mexican Blend. I...

Ugh. Maybe I did something wrong, but I didn't like this at all. And it was a pain in the neck to make for little reward. We're going to try heating it to save it...