I am just learning to enjoy bean dishes; I am trying to become healthier and to learn how to cook foods that I have never worked with much before.<br/>My husband and I really enjoyed this dish. I had some leftovers that I heated the next day and added in 1 cup of tomato juice and some stir <br/>fried chopped green and yellow peppers...AWESOME! the added liquid and peppers gave it a more Cajun taste and helped a bit with the dryness...
This was just excellent. I just threw it all together and we ate it as a salad. My husband and I thought it would be great with chopped avocado, too...(but I didn't have any today!).
Amazing flavors and healthy! I did use garlic salt instead of regular, 2 ears of fresh white corn instead of canned, and more fresh ground black pepper than the recipe called for because I love fresh ground black pepper. No hot sauce because my jalapeno was already really spicy, but I would have used hot sauce otherwise. I forgot the olive oil at first and it was great. Added the olive oil and it was still great. Served it over brown rice and red quinoa. I will be eating this a lot this summer! Thanks!!!
This is nice for hot summer days. It's very tasty. Thanks for the post.
This came out fantastic. I used a can of chopped tomatoes, which I mostly drained before adding, and sweet yellow onion because I already had that on hand. My other substitution was quinoa for the rice, which worked beautifully. This recipe might seem like a no-brainer to the seasoned cook, but what Barb has figured out is the perfect amount of everything. So flavorful with no single flavor dominating or disappearing. Loved it!
Family loved it! I didn't expect for a simple recipe to taste so good--but it does. It is almost Chipotle-like.
This recipe was quick and easy to throw together, and I almost always have the ingredients on hand. In my family, we try to make one dinner per week a vegetarian meal, and this dish fits the bill perfectly!
Amazing! I just finished making and eating this dish and it was great! I enjoyed everything. I did add some avocado cause I was really craving it. <br/><br/>Thanks for the recipe it was excellent.
Wonderful! I used a can of tomatoes since I was out of fresh. I also used a 4 oz can diced chiles in place of the jalapeno and a one pound bag of frozen corn that I cooked on the stove. I omitted the olive oil because I didn't think it was needed. I also cooked the brown rice with some coconut oil so I figured that was a good healthy fat. I added a chopped avocado as I was serving it. Delicious and easy!