I took this over to our friends’ house for a football watching party this weekend. It’s a great (and healthy!) way to change it up from regular salsa.
1 can of black beans
1 can of corn
1 small red onion
1 small jalapeno
Rinse black beans and corn in a colander. Set on paper towel to dry off a little bit.
Wash cilantro and jalapeno and pat dry with paper towel.
Cut stems off of cilantro and chop cilantro.
Cut top off of jalapeno and remove seeds.
Mince jalapeno. I only used half the jalapeno or else you might scare off some guests with the heat.
Chop red onion. Use your own discretion on how much to add.
Mix all together in a bowl. Add a spoonful of minced garlic.
Add a few shakes of cumin and salt to taste.
Squeeze fresh lime juice on top and mix again.
Place the salsa in your favorite serving bowl and serve with tortilla chips! This also goes great as a dressing for tacos and salads. I use the leftovers and make little quesadillas too. Yum!
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