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Excellent recipe! We've made this twice and it was lovely both times. First time, we followed the recipe, second time we took some liberties. We substituted the fresh tomatoes, red onion, and jalapeno for about 1.5 cups of pico de gallo and doubled the beans. (We needed to use up the fresh salsa.) Worked out perfectly! Thanks for this Barb G!!
We have been trying to eat less meat and this recipe was perfect! I also added more hot sauce and less tomato based on personal preference. We also enjoyed the leftovers on tortilla chips. Thanks!
Love it! I added a little bit of diced avocado and doubled the hot sauce. Excellent!
What can I add to the volumns of positive reviews, except to echo a thank you for sharing this wonderful dish!
So good! I could just eat the tomato bean and corn mix with chips and be happy! I added garlic and a little chili powder to give it a bit more flavor and omitted the olive oil, but kept everything else the same. I will be making this again.
We loved this! It was so tasty. I would make a bowl of this and mix it with Cabbage Salsa Cabbage Salsa ---so good! Thank you so much for sharing!
When I first tasted this I thought it needed a little boost so I added a tsp of whole cumin seed and it was delicious. I used a pint of grape tomatoes for the tomatoes. They looked really pretty halved and they always are very flavorful. To make it extra quick I used minute rice brown rice which was already cooked in the little single serving packages. I dropped the rice in boiling water to make it taste unpackaged and then cooled it in cold water. It probably took a total of three minutes for the rice. Then, I added cooked shrimp, an avocado, and topped it with sour cream which turned this into a delicious cold main dish (for lunch) that we enjoyed immensely. It was so good I'm thinking about putting this on our restaurant menu. Thanks!
This became one of my favorite recipes the first time I made it. I make it constantly. So healthy and flavorful - I'm never tempted to add cheese or sour cream. I stick to the recipe as written, adding only a clove of minced garlic (because I just love it), and am generous with the hot sauce and lime juice to balance out the onion flavor. I find the brown rice is quite tasty if I add a little butter and garlic powder (in addition to generously salting the water). Awesome recipe.
Everything turned out terrific except for the brown rice I made - it turned into a sticky brown rice. I'll try the brown rice again with maybe less water, or I'll try the recipe with white rice. You can even warm up the bean/corn mixture in the oven before adding it to the rice. That's what I did, and it was yummy! I used a yellow onion instead of a red, and I added salsa at the end instead of usuing fresh tomato. I didn't use cilantro because my boyfriend doesn't like it. Still turned out great!!