This is very very good! I first saw Texas Caviar in the deli section at my supermarket where it was marketed as a spicy bean salad. I've always wanted to make some at home! This recipe really hit the spot - it's cool and nicely spicey (I was afraid it would be scorching hot with the jalapeno and the red pepper but it's not) and has a really good bean salsa flavor. I served it with tortilla chips like a dip and it was yummy! I added chopped tomatoes and it was a nice addition. I used fat-free Italian dressing (storebought) so it was healthy too! Thanks, Miss Annie!
Delicious Texas Caviar, Miss Annie. I made it last weekend for the football games. My husband and his pals liked it so much, that we are going to have it again for the Super Bowl Party. Perfect blend of spices and seasonings. Really love the cumin flavor. Thanks for sharing this one.
Very good, I cut out the jalapeno because I don't handle hot stuff. I also used fat free dressing and added cilantro. I live in Amarillo and that place is something unique.
Quick, easy and soooo tasty. Made this for the guys and they loved it. Thanks for posting!
Yum, Yum!!! My husband and I love Texas caviar and so far, this is the best recipe I have tried for it. The spices are just right. Great with tortilla chips. Thanks for sharing.
Great recipe! I made it for a ladies' luncheon and there were MANY requests for the recipe--a sure sign of success. Thanks, again, Miss Annie!
This was delicious! I used low-fat dressing and added some fresh cilantro and served it with regular corn chips and baked some corn tortilla chips. Definately one I will make again. Made for the Diabetic Tag...Tailgate Party.
Made this for New Year's for good luck. I cut the recipe in half and used a red bell pepper. Very good!
This was good. Everyone enjoyed it. Thanks.
Excellent and excellent! Did add some fresh cilantro. Thanks for posting.