What a different and tasty salsa. I really liked the way the flavors complimented each other. Some stronger than others, but I could taste them all. We served this as a condiment to a pork tenderloin. Thanks for posting this interesting and tasty recipe.
This hit the spot! So easy and delicious. I had some good sweet corn-on-the-cob from the other day, so I cut if off and added it to this salsa....ahhhhh. I'll definitely be making this again. Thanks for sharing this. :-)
Really a flavorful Salsa I served this, as an almost ,side dish with a large veggie salad and a Morroccan style chicken Excellent recipe Thanks Blayke
I've never bought a can of black beans in my life until the other day - certainly never thought I'd eat them - this salsa was wonderful! I even made homemade Pita chips to have with it. This is a keeper! BDavis - Hudson, FL
I thought this was marginal..the balsamic seemed to overpower the other flavors and I only used half the amount suggested in the recipe. Would probably not make this again.
I am taking this to a friends Super Bowl party tomorrow & made it last night (hubby is replacing half the kitchen today) So I wanted to add that it works as a make a coupel days ahead recipe too. I did change a couple things when I made it. I used white northern beans in place of black. Also I pureed the chilies (I used fresh), cilantro, vinegar, oil, cucumber & all but one tomato. The last tomato I chopped. It made the base a little bit thicker & blended the flavors. Great recipe though!