6 Reviews

Thank you for introducing me to Jicama - what a nice flavor. Now I have one more favorite to purchase at a little Mexican market nearby. We all enjoyed this recipe very much. Instead of black beans, I used reciped #52500 Very Low-Fat Black Bean and Corn Salad. The cream cheese with chipolte chile in adobo is a new favorite sandwich spread in my house.

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Marsha Mazz June 21, 2009

Delicious! A great blend of flavors and textures. I used the chipotle chile and it gave a nice extra little kick with the pepperjack. I added chopped cilantro since I had some, and it was a great addition. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews April 15, 2009

Can't go wrong with these flavors...YUM! I made this omitting the chipotle and jicama and added salsa, cilantro and sliced black olives. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.

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Engrossed November 08, 2007

This is an excellent combination of flavors. The only thing I did different was to leave off the jicama (didn't have any) Thanks so much for sharing. This will be made often this summer.

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~Nimz~ June 26, 2007

I loved the combination of flavors. This one is definitely a keeper in my house.

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Mysterygirl May 21, 2007

YUM!! I cook for a family who LOVES to try new foods- this one had them smiling! I used two types of tortillas- sundried tomato, and regular whole wheat. The chipotle chiles are key- they added a kick without being too hot. I used frozen corn, but I can't wait to try these with fresh silver queen corn. I served with a bowl of salsa.

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Kizzikate May 11, 2007
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