I didn't know what to call this so I called it Black Bean Salsa. This is a VERY good salsa and SO easy to make. It makes A LOT of it as well. So it's good for cookouts and dinners. My mom got this recipe from a friend and we made this together that night. It was mandatory that we got to the grocery store to get the ingredients for this. I absolutely loved it! I also find that it's very healthy and high in fiber. I enjoy my salsa with some WOW tortilla chips. . . or even on an egg omelette. My mom and I nearly ate half of it before we even chilled it. Or you can put it this way.. . we went through a whole bag of tortilla chips. lol. Enjoy! (I do not know how many servings this makes, all I know is that it makes a WHOLE lot of salsa. And the prep time is estimated)
This is so delicious with turkey or pork. I strongly suggest to double or even triple the recipe. Plan ahead, this needs to chill overnight before using. This can be prepared up to a week in advance. Although I have only made this using fresh cranberries, I would think that frozen would work also.
Try this tangy sauce with roast turkey, pork, or chicken... or on toast! I serve it for Thanksgiving every year and it always goes over well, especially on leftover turkey sandwiches! Make it a day or two ahead to make your day that much easier. Enjoy! (From Cooking Light Magazine, Nov. 2006 issue) Cook time is chill time.
This is absolutey wonderful on a turkey sandwich and of coarse with a turkey dinner, and also great with pork, and it is so easy to make, much better than the canned stuff! The amount of sugar listed for this recipe will make a tart chutney, if you prefer a sweeter taste then add in more sugar. Plan ahead the chutney must stay in the refrigerater overnight before using, and also will keep in the fridge for about 1 week. Just a warning, the cranberries will pop when cooking!
This is from www.kumquatgrowers.com. I haven't made this but I would suggest going through the sterlising process by sterlising the jars, sealing and then place in a large preserving pan and bring the boil for 10 mins.
This chutney has an unusual citrusy note which is a perfect complement to grilled shrimp and other seafood dishes. It is also delicious on fresh naan bread. It has a beautiful presentation and would make a wonderful canned gift.
Nigella seeds (kalaunji) and fenugreek seeds (methi) can be found at a local Indian grocery store or market.
This recipe has been adapted from the Complete Book of Indian Cooking by Suneeta Vaswani.
This is a great recipe I found in the San Antonio Express News. So far we've tried it with turkey and fish, and it was great! I also think it would go nicely with beef or pork. Very simple and quick to make. I'm thinking about adding a little orange zest next time.
Cooking time is actually refrigeration time.