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The olive oil over powered it. I ended up rinsing the salad and putting a tablespoon of sour cream. Ended up ok but I probably will not make it again.
Good salad. But you have to let it sit overnight so all the flavors can meld. Everyone at the party liked it.
This is delicious and so easy to make. I used a can of petite diced tomatoes with jalapeno, and it was really good. I served it with carne asada, tortillas and guacamole. It's a great salad to whip up quickly. Thanks, Kathy. I know I will be making this again.
I loved this recipe! It was so easy to make and made a nice addition to our meal. It tasted fresh and healthy and the whole family loved it! I especially love the cilantro addition, it reminds me of Chipotle burritos!
I made this along with some Chicken Mole, tortillas, and tortilla chips. I think next time I'll add waaaay more cilantro, lemon juice, and some lime juice. I didn't think there was enough flavor, but I didn't really get a chance to let it sit before I served it, so the next day I tried it again. However, the flavor still wasn't what I wanted it to be. I'll have to give it another try next time.
I made this for Sushiman's Mexican Standoff last night, and it was a lovely addition to the menu. When I first tasted it before serving I thought it didn't have enough bite to it so I added quite a bit more lemon juice, didn't measure, just kept squeezing away until it tasted just right. I think it also needed more onion, for this amount a whole small red onion should suffice. After making these changes it was a lovely salad, thanks!
This is excellent, I served it as a side dish and will be serving this as a salsa as well. With corn salad being a favorite at our house this flavorful combination of black beans, corn, and chopped tomatoes was an instant hit. I did use more snipped fresh parsley instead of all cilantro, but did add extra cilantro to my serving. I found this to be a great make ahead to have on hand for those week end get togethers.
My, this is GOOD eating! I had a couple of nice, ripe tomatoes sitting on the kitchen counter, so I diced them for the veggie mix, then squeezed in the juice of 1 lime...instead of lemon, which only provided 2 Tbsp., and probably used only half of the called-for cilantro, though it did seem to be enough. My dinner guests and I loved this... served it with two kinds of enchiladas and Mexican rice (see my review on what I think is a way- neglected recipe, # 11057). The guests walked away with the BB & C salad leftovers, AND the recipe...lucky folks!...Grammy Bunny
To make this easier, instead of chopping a tomato, I added one can of drained stewed tomatoes and one can (not drained) of Rotel with lime and cilantro. I also top with a little shredded cheddar cheese. Delish!
This is a great recipe. Very healthy, with great flavors from the fresh corn that I used. Thanks Kathy :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game