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Corn and Black Bean Salsa

Black Bean Corn Salsa great as a dip, side dish or meatless taco


I only started eating black beans this year.  I thought I didn’t like them, but really I never tried them.  They are delicious, especially in this easy salsa recipe.   I really like that it can be made days in advance and stored in the fridge for a quick dip, side dish  or in a pita pocket as a meatless sandwich.  Throw some together today and let me know how you like it.
as a dip, Corn-and-Black-Bean-Salsa

                        as a meatless sandwich,                                as a side dish.
meatless-pita         Corn-Black-Bean-side-dish           

    Corn and Black Bean Salsa

    by Jeannie
    Prep Time: 20 minutes
    Cook Time: none
    Keywords: corn black beans Cinco De Mayo Sport event Salsa Side Dish
    Ingredients
    • 1 can whole kernel corn drained
    • 1 can black beans, drained and rinsed (I really like the Bush’s Grillin Black Beans)
    • 1 can Rotel tomatoes, drained
    • 8-10 chopped green onions
    • 1 clove minced garlic
    • Zesty Italian dressing (enough to just barely cover the ingredients, about a cup)
    Instructions
    Stir all ingredients together in a large bowl. Store in the fridge. I like to store mine in Mason or Kerr jars in the fridge and let it marinate for a day or two…or three…or four. Smile
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    11 comments:

    1. Oh man! I am pinning this Jeannie! We love us some salsa and not only does this look yummy, it looks easy too!

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      1. It is very easy and if you're salsa lovers... you WILL love it.

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    2. I love it so much I ate it for three days, all three ways!

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    3. Sounds good! I really like black beans and eat them quite a bit since I don't eat meat. This salsa sounds delicious!

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      1. Then you will really like the pita pocket sandwich. Frankly, it's my favorite way to eat this salsa.

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    4. I just made black beans for the freezer... This would be a great way to use them! Thanks for linking up at the Pinterest Power Party!! Have a great Wednesday!

      Danielle
      SewMuchCrafting.com

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      1. Let me know how you like the salsa.

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    5. This sounds pretty good! I think I'd forgo the onions personally, but its definitely worth trying!

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      1. If you don't care for the crunch of the onions, try onion powder.

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    6. This is beautiful, Jeannie! Thanks so much for stopping by The Weary Chef earlier and commenting. That made my day! I would love for you to come back tomorrow night and link up at our very first Saturday Night Fever party. You have so many great recipes you could share!

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      1. It is cheery looking, isn't it? I'll be right over to party.

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