Yum! I served thios as a mian vegetarian dish. The cool salad on the hot rice was the perfect hot summer night meal. I sliced some avocado and served it on top of the bean mixture. So delish! Will be sharing with my friends at work tomorrow and making it again very soon! Thanks, Barb :)
Delicious!!! I'm sure it is great as written, but I changed a few things. I took this to work for a large group so I didn't want to make it TOO hot. I used Rotel tomatoes with green chilies in them, and left out the jalapenos. This gave it some heat, but wasn't overly hot. It also saved me time by not having to chop the tomatoes and jalapeno called for. I increased the lime juice by 50%. I used a little less rice than called for (I doubled the entire recipe, however). My coworkers really enjoyed this, and when there are 30 something dishes to choose from, and people really like yours, that has to mean something! Thanks!
This recipe feeds a whole family - I am a mother of three so I appreciate that. This tastes even better the next day! I took it to work and had all my friends coming in to my office asking what I was eating at lunch. It reminds me of a shrimp/fishless ceviche. YUM!
I loved this. However, i like things on the spicy side, so I added 1/2 pablano pepper, chopped, 1/2 anehiem pepper, chopped, smoked paprika, ground chipote peppers, ground ancho chilli peppers and topped it with chunks of avocado. I also did not add the tomatos until serving time
to individaul bowls. (they tend to make their own juice) I also roasated my tomatos, jaleopena
pepper, garlic and corn. When reheating the rice i added some of the diced tomatos with it..then added the black bean/corn mixture with some avocado on top. will definately make this again!! =)
i used instant rice cooked in broth for i am a lazy monkey. i also skipped the cilantro as i'm firmly in the "hate" camp but i added half a green bell pepper instead which was very nice. used frozen corn and halved the whole recipe. if i remember correctly i added a little sour cream and shredded cheddar and minced the jalapeno in my garlic grinder. used powdered chipotle pepper as i was out of tabasco. it didn't turn out as spicy as i thought it would. next time i might add more jalapeno. course that may just be that mine happened to be a milder one. i added some garlic powder as well, i think. this was a lovely blend of spicy, sweet, and satisfying. definitely baja, not mexican, which is a nice change. i was going to put this in lettuce wraps but forgot all about it. next time i guess. will certainly make again. i'm looking for more ways to make beans tasty since i hate them but they're SO good for me. may try adding some shredded veggie chicken next time. leftover guacamole might be nice in this too.
Very good, will definitely make again. Thanks.
This is delicious and very pretty. I'm having a cook out on Monday and will be serving this! I'm sure it will go over very well! Thanks for sharing!
I love this recipe..I always make too much of it but it never gets wasted. I put extra lime in it but I like the citrus mixed with the corn.